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Genetic analysis of Latvian Salix alba L. and hybrid populations using nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers

Dainis Rungis   , Maris Laivins, Agnese Gailite, Anna Korica, Dagnija Lazdina, Vilnis Skipars, Ilze Veinberga

iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 422-429 (2017)
doi: https://doi.org/10.3832/ifor2004-009
Published: Mar 24, 2017 - Copyright © 2017 SISEF

Research Articles


Latvia is at the northern border of the species range of S. alba L. in Europe, and there has been some debate whether the Latvian populations of S. alba are autochthonous, as this species has long been planted in Latvia as an ornamental tree in gardens, parks and roadsides. In addition, there is increasing interest in the use of several Salix species (including S. alba) as bioenergy crops. Natural S. alba stands throughout Latvia, as well as stands of possibly hybrid origin were analysed using nuclear and chloroplast markers. Our results showed that S. alba populations are probably natural, and that the rate of vegetative reproduction is low, supporting the evidence that Latvia is within the natural range of S. alba. These results provide the basis for the identification of possibly introduced or artificially regenerated stands of S.alba in Latvia. In addition, our results confirm that S. alba hybridises with S. fragilis, and that natural stands including hybrid individuals can be established. The analysis of chloroplast markers indicated that the predominant hybridisation occurs by fertilisation of S. fragilis by S. alba pollen; however, the extent of haplotype sharing between these two species should be further investigated.

  Keywords


Willow, Population Structure, Autochthonous, Provenance

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Dainis Rungis
Maris Laivins
Agnese Gailite
Anna Korica
Dagnija Lazdina
Vilnis Skipars
Ilze Veinberga
Latvian State Forest Research Institute “Silava”, 111 Rigas st, Salaspils, LV-2169 (Latvia)

Corresponding author

 
Dainis Rungis
dainis.rungis@silava.lv

Citation

Rungis D, Laivins M, Gailite A, Korica A, Lazdina D, Skipars V, Veinberga I (2017). Genetic analysis of Latvian Salix alba L. and hybrid populations using nuclear and chloroplast DNA markers. iForest 10: 422-429. - doi: 10.3832/ifor2004-009

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Fikret Isik

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Received: Feb 05, 2016
Accepted: Nov 27, 2016

First online: Mar 24, 2017
Publication Date: Apr 30, 2017
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