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2017 Vol.25 Issue 6
Published 20 June 2017

Hybridization is a prevalent phenomenon in nature, which plays an important role in evolution. It can transfer adaptive genetic variation between divergent lineages and generate new genetic recombination, through genetic exchange, or even generate new hybrid species either through allopolyploid or homoploid hybrid speciation. Studying the evolutionary outcomes of hybridization will aid understanding of the impact of hybridization on generating and maintaining of biological diversity. The articles in this special issue on Natural Hybridization and Biodiversity provide new insights in the genomic era into the important evolutionary consequences of hybridization. (Designed by Shuai Nie, Wei Ba and Jianfeng Mao)


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Editorial
561  Yuehong Yan, Ming Kang, Yongpeng Ma, Renchao Zhou
Natural hybridization: a nightmare or a delight to biodiversity?
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 561-564 [Abstract] ( 276 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1310KB] ( 464 )
Reviews
565  Yuguo Wang
Natural hybridization and speciation
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 565-576 [Abstract] ( 250 ) RICH HTML [PDF 762KB] ( 402 )
577  Jian-Feng Mao, Yongpeng Ma, Renchao Zhou
Approaches used to detect and test hybridization: combining phylogenetic and population genetic analyses
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 577-599 [Abstract] ( 429 ) RICH HTML [PDF 2430KB] ( 590 )
600  Linfeng Li, Bao Liu
The roles of epigenetic variation in plant hybridization and polyploidization
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 600-607 [Abstract] ( 209 ) RICH HTML [PDF 509KB] ( 398 )
Original Papers
608  Yukun Wei, Yanbo Huang, Guibin Li
Reproductive isolation in sympatric Salvia species sharing a sole pollinator
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 608-614 [Abstract] ( 113 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1369KB] ( 275 )
615  Xiaolong Zhang, Lihua Yang, Ming Kang
Post-pollination reproductive isolation of sympatric populations of Primulina eburnea and P. mabaensis (Gesneriaceae)
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 615-620 [Abstract] ( 163 ) RICH HTML [PDF 873KB] ( 337 )
621  Yanfen Chang
Polyploidy and the formation of species diversity in Aspleniaceae
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 621-626 [Abstract] ( 95 ) RICH HTML [PDF 710KB] ( 199 )
627  Shuoli Zheng, Xiaoling Tian, Chengling Huang, Lingjun Wang, Yuan Feng, Jingli Zhang
Molecular and morphological evidence for natural hybridization between Rhododendron decorum and R. delavayi (Ericaceae)
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 627-637 [Abstract] ( 131 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1618KB] ( 276 )
638  Qiujie Zhou, Yacheng Cai, Wei Lun Ng, Wei Wu, Seping Dai, Feng Wang, Renchao Zhou
Molecular evidence for natural hybridization between two Melastoma species endemic to Hainan and their widespread congeners
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 638-646 [Abstract] ( 138 ) RICH HTML [PDF 1421KB] ( 265 )
647  Yanping Xie, Jianli Zhao, Xingfu Zhu, Li Li, Qingjun Li
Asymmetric hybridization of Primula secundiflora and P. poissonii in three sympatric populations
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 647-653 [Abstract] ( 125 ) RICH HTML [PDF 2452KB] ( 262 )
654  Daike Tian, Chun Li, Yan Xiao, Naifeng Fu, Yi Tong, Ruijuan Wu
Occurrence and characteristics of natural hybridization in Begonia in China
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 654-674 [Abstract] ( 121 ) RICH HTML [PDF 9204KB] ( 247 )
675  Jiangping Shu, Li Liu, Hui Shen, Xiling Dai, Quanxi Wang, Yuehong Yan
The complex reticulate evolutionary relationships of early terrestrial plants as revealed by phylogenomics analysis
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 675-682 [Abstract] ( 126 ) RICH HTML [PDF 815KB] ( 353 )
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683  Hui Shang, Yuehong Yan
Natural hybridization and biodiversity conservation
2017 Vol. 25 (6): 683-688 [Abstract] ( 161 ) RICH HTML [PDF 484KB] ( 282 )
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