Special Issue "Applying Molecular Tools to Genetic Diversity and Divergence in Trees"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 January 2023 | Viewed by 31
Interests: population genomics; molecular ecology; plant genomes; evolutionary botany; genetic markers; chloroplast genomes
Genomes, chloroplast genomes, and gene families are becoming increasingly serious concerns in forest tree species, and have influenced many studies in several fields of forest sciences, including genetic diversity, phylogenetics, evolution, gene expression, population genetics and molecular breeding. Nowadays, sequencing technologies are developing quickly, aiding the colossal efforts of academic researchers, and being used for general applications in genomes, chloroplast genomes, and gene family data. Therefore, using data from these genomes to study forest tree species constitutes an urgently needed and promising research approach. This Special Issue plans to provide an overview of the most recent advances in the field of genomes, chloroplast genomes, and gene families of tree species and their applications in diverse areas. This Special Issue aims to publish selected contributions on advances in the synthesis, characterization, and applications of these data in tree species.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Genome variation;
- Gene family evolution;
- Comparative chloroplast genomes and evolution;
- Genetic diversity and population structure;
- Gene expression and evolutionary adaption.
Prof. Dr. Peng Zhao
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- genetic diversity
- population structure
- gene family evolution
- genetic variation