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Hybridization as a mechanism of invasion in oaks
Summary We review here our own research and related work on hybridization between two widespread and largely sympatric European oak species (Quercus petraea and Q. robur). There is a near total lackExpand
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Chloroplast DNA footprints of postglacial recolonization by oaks.
Recolonization of Europe by forest tree species after the last glaciation is well documented in the fossil pollen record. This spread may have been achieved at low densities by rare events ofExpand
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Genotypic variability and phenotypic plasticity of cavitation resistance in Fagus sylvatica L. across Europe.
Xylem cavitation resistance is a key physiological trait correlated with species tolerance to extreme drought stresses. Little is known about the genetic variability and phenotypic plasticity of thisExpand
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Genetic, morphological, ecological and phenological differentiation between Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl. and Quercus robur L. in a mixed stand of northwest of France
The sessile and pedunculate oaks are the most common tree species in Europe. The 2 taxons are closely related, and, in spite of their ecological differences, they form frequently mixed forests, whereExpand
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MATING SYSTEM AND ASYMMETRIC HYBRIDIZATION IN A MIXED STAND OF EUROPEAN OAKS
The sessile (Quercus petraea [Matt.] Liebl.) and pedunculate (Quercus robur L.) oaks are two closely related species having a wide sympatric distribution over Europe. Under natural conditions, theyExpand
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Is there a correlation between chloroplastic and nuclear divergence, or what are the roles of history and selection on genetic diversity in European oaks?
The aim of this work was to investigate whether a correlation exists between maternal lineage, assessed by variation in maternally inherited chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) and nuclear controlled variationExpand
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Latitudinal and altitudinal variation of bud burst in western populations of sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt) Liebl)
Le comportement du debourrement des bourgeons au printemps a ete etudie dans un reseau de comparaison de provenances de chene sessile sur 50 populations. Des variations importantes dans leExpand
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Chloroplast DNA variation of Quercus rubra L. in North America and comparison with other Fagaceae
Quercus rubra is one of the most important timber and ornamental tree species from eastern North America. It is a widespread species growing under variable ecological conditions. Chloroplast DNAExpand
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Reproduction and gene flow in the genus Quercus L
mdash; In this paper we review the characteristics of the floral biology, life cycle and breeding system in the genus Quercus. The species of this genus are self-incompatible and have very long lifeExpand
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Multilocus and multitrait measures of differentiation for gene markers and phenotypic traits.
Multilocus measures of differentiation taking into account gametic disequilibrium are developed. Even if coupling and repulsion heterozygotes cannot be separated at the multilocus level, a method isExpand
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