My research focuses on investigating population diversity and genetic variation in various plant species. Utilizing molecular methods, I aim to uncover the population divergence and distribution patterns of endangered and endemic plants, with the ultimate goal of developing effective conservation strategies to safeguard these species. By analyzing genetic data, I strive to understand the evolutionary history of different plant groups, estimating divergence rates, and elucidating phylogenetic relationships. This comprehensive approach allows me to gain insights into the intricate processes that have shaped the genetic makeup and evolutionary trajectories of plants. Ultimately, my work contributes to the broader understanding of plant evolution and facilitates the implementation of conservation measures to protect vulnerable plant species.