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- adj. Of or pertaining to phylogeography
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Genetic phylogeographical studies provide evidence for relatively fast migration rates in most vascular species  and possibly bryophytes as well .
In spite of rapid development in recent years of different molecular techniques suited for population genetic studies, there are still few studies of arctic plants, most of which have focused on biogeographical and phylogeographical questions related to vascular plant species.
These studies have focused on phylogeographical patterns and the relative roles of present gene flow and historic processes (especially glacial – interglacial cycles; see section 7.2) based on neutral genetic markers (especially mitochondrial DNA).
Until this study, there had been no phylogeographical research on Myotis davidii, an endemic Chinese bat.
It then provides an excellent biological model to understand phylogeographical patterns across the Mediterranean Basin, and to evaluate hypotheses of population differentiation.
Here we investigate the phylogeographical history, genetic structure and reticulation variation of several named forms within the
Using a phylogeographical approach, we generated and analysed quantitative data on the contribution of the Indian parental populations.