A tectonic model for the Tertiary evolution of strike–slip by C.K. Morley

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2, and Table 3 in Nevo and Beiles 1989). Moreover, 70% of all variant alleles were not widespread, but revealed localized and sporadic distribution. Likewise, the analysis of genetic distances between populations supports the conclusion, based on genetic differentiation and allele distribution, that sharp local differentiation over short geographic distances is the rule, and the frequency of some common alleles (> 10%) is localized and high. The population genetic structure of wild emmer is mosaic.

Diverse ecotypes relate to climatic and altitudinal variations. T. dicoccoides ranges from 100 m below sea level north of the Sea of Galilee up to 1600m on Mt. Hermon, only 60km apart, and up to 1600m on the Zagros mountains of western Iran. The mean annual temperature ranges from 11 to 24°C; mean rainfall ranges from 360 to 1400mm, and mean annual number of rainy days from 39 to 75. For the range of other climatic, soil and biotic parameters see Table 1 in Nevo and Beiles (1989). Robust early-maturing ecotypes occupy the winter-warm basin north of the Sea of Galilee.

2, and Table 3 in Nevo and Beiles 1989). Moreover, 70% of all variant alleles were not widespread, but revealed localized and sporadic distribution. Likewise, the analysis of genetic distances between populations supports the conclusion, based on genetic differentiation and allele distribution, that sharp local differentiation over short geographic distances is the rule, and the frequency of some common alleles (> 10%) is localized and high. The population genetic structure of wild emmer is mosaic.

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