Some 1168 silver fir trees from 24 natural populations sampled across italy and the Balkanian peninsula, fully genotyped using a set of 16 SSR loci.
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Piotti A, Bagnoli F, Spanu I, Avanzi C, Bucci G (2023). Abies alba natural populations of Italy and Balkans (CNR-IBBR-DNAFOR). Version 2.0. GBIF Secretariat. Occurrence dataset. https://doi.org/10.80635/cfipc1
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Occurrence; Silver fir; conservation; forest trees; Abies alba; genetic diversity
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Italy, Eastern Europe
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [38.144, 6.888], North East [46.489, 16.64]|
Abies alba Mill, Pinus heldreichii, other conifers
BioMemory is the network of biological collections of the Department of Biology, Agriculture and Food Sciences (DiSBA) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) for bio-monitoring, biodiversity conservation, agri-food and environmental sustainability, and human well-being. The project is aimed to create a network of biobanks (i.e., scientific research collections) where data and metadata associated to biological samples of different nature are collected and stored in a systematic and well-organized way. Maintaining the existing collections will allow their future use for a number of purposes, from the genetic improvement of organisms to face environmental changes (climate-ready organisms) to the fight against epidemics and pandemics affecting humans, animals and plants.
The personnel involved in the project:
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|Collection Name||DNA and samples for genetic analyses on forest trees (CNR-IBBR-DNAFOR)|
|Specimen preservation methods||Deep frozen, Dried|
- Piotti et al. 2017. 10.1111/jbi.13011
- Santini et al. 2017 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.10.045
Data and samples collected and analyzed within the following national and international research projects: FORGENIUS (http://www.forgenius.eu); GENTREE (http://www.gentree-h2020.eu); RESQ (https://resq.unipv.it/); Abete bianco PNATE (https://sites.google.com/site/andreapiotti/past-projects/abete-bianco-pnate?authuser=0)
|Purpose||Population genetics, Infraspecific biodiversity, Phylogeography, Adaptation, Climate change|
|Maintenance Description||Dried tissues and DNA at -20 °C|