Origin and History of the Olive. Breton, C. M.; Warnock, P.; and Bervillé, A. J. In Olive Germplasm - The Olive Cultivation, Table Olive and Olive Oil Industry in Italy. InTech.
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To begin, the methodology followed to reconstruct the origin and history of the olive is presented. The genetic structure (density of alleles across the geographic distribution of individuals) based on allele frequencies of the present oleaster tree in the Mediterranean Basin computed with different methods of comparison with the genetic structure of cultivars grouped based on their geographic and genetic origins infers several possible scenarios for the transition from the oleaster to the olive. To screen among the scenarios requires solid dating in oleaster presence, diffusion and physical remains (from oleaster and cultivar trees) from different sites. Consequently, reconstructing the origin of the olive is based upon data from diverse disciplines and integrating them appears fruitful. Genetic data show that an event (such as bottleneck, migration, differentiation, adaptation) has occurred, but it cannot be dated. Thus it requires crossing genetic data with data gathered from different biological disciplines to make a strong case for this history.
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  title = {Origin and History of the Olive},
  booktitle = {Olive {{Germplasm}} - {{The Olive Cultivation}}, {{Table Olive}} and {{Olive Oil Industry}} in {{Italy}}},
  author = {Breton, Catherine M. and Warnock, Peter and Bervillé, André J.},
  editor = {Muzzalupo, Innocenzo},
  date = {2012-12},
  publisher = {{InTech}},
  doi = {10.5772/51933},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.5772/51933},
  abstract = {To begin, the methodology followed to reconstruct the origin and history of the olive is presented. The genetic structure (density of alleles across the geographic distribution of individuals) based on allele frequencies of the present oleaster tree in the Mediterranean Basin computed with different methods of comparison with the genetic structure of cultivars grouped based on their geographic and genetic origins infers several possible scenarios for the transition from the oleaster to the olive. To screen among the scenarios requires solid dating in oleaster presence, diffusion and physical remains (from oleaster and cultivar trees) from different sites. Consequently, reconstructing the origin of the olive is based upon data from diverse disciplines and integrating them appears fruitful. Genetic data show that an event (such as bottleneck, migration, differentiation, adaptation) has occurred, but it cannot be dated. Thus it requires crossing genetic data with data gathered from different biological disciplines to make a strong case for this history.},
  isbn = {978-953-51-0883-2},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13593959,~to-add-doi-URL,forest-resources,migration-history,olea-europaea}
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