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- Kienast, Frank, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Review of palaeobotany and palynology 2018 v.259 pp. 48-54
- Stellaria; allopatric speciation; ancestry; center of diversity; climate; cold; fossils; humans; indigenous species; kinship; mountains; permafrost; phylogeny; phylogeography; plants (botany); sea level; seed morphology; steppes; Arctic region; Eurasia; North America; Siberia
- ... Beringia, the landmass connecting Eurasia and North America during Pleistocene sea level low stands, played a crucial part in the phylogeographic history of northern plants, animals and humans. Beringia was not only route for migration between both continents but, as the only unglaciated sector of the Arctic, it was also an important refugial area for northern biota during the Pleistocene. The fin ...