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Allozyme diversity in the tetraploid endemic Thymus loscosii (Lamiaceae).
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Thymus loscosii (Lamiaceae) is a tetraploid perennial species endemic to the Ebro river basin (north-eastern Spain), which is included in the National Catalogue of EndangeredExpand
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Breeding systems in tribe Delphinieae (Ranunculaceae) in the western Mediterranean area
Summary The breeding system of 30 populations belonging to 20 species of Aconitum, Delphinium and Consolida ( Delphinieae, Ranunculaceae) in the western Mediterranean area was studied and itsExpand
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Nocturnal pollination of the endemic Silene sennenii (Caryophyllaceae): an endangered mutualism?
Silene sennenii is an extremely narrow endemic species from the north-eastern Iberian Peninsula, with only five populations. Its habitat, severely affected by urban, industrial, and agricultural landExpand
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Pollination ecology and breeding system of the very narrow coastal endemic Seseli farrenyi (Apiaceae). Effects of population fragmentation
The reproductive biology of Seseli farrenyi (Apiaceae), a very narrow endemic to Cape Creus (Catalonia, Spain), including flowering timing patterns, quantity and quality of pollination services (typeExpand
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Pollination ecology of the pre‐Pyrenean endemic Petrocoptis montsicciana (Caryophyllaceae): effects of population size
Petrocoptis montsicciana (Caryophyllaceae) is a threatened pre-Pyrenean endemic that grows exclusively on caves and walls of limestone. We studied its pollination ecology by monitoring phenology andExpand
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Can the preservation of historical relicts permit the conservation of endangered plant species? The case of Silene sennenii (Caryophyllaceae)
Allozyme electrophoresis was used to measure levels and distribution of genetic diversity in the critically endangered (CR) Silene sennenii (Caryophyllaceae), a narrow endemic plant species found inExpand
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Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Allozyme Diversity and Conservation Status of the Coastal Sand Dune Plant Stachys maritima (Lamiaceae) in the Iberian Peninsula
: Allozyme electrophoresis was used to evaluate levels and distribution of genetic diversity in Iberian populations of the threatened coastal sand dune plant Stachys maritima (Lamiaceae). During theExpand
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The ‘paradigm of extremes’: extremely low genetic diversity in an extremely narrow endemic species, Coristospermum huteri (Umbelliferae)
Low levels of genetic diversity in endemic species are generally attributable to the small size of their populations. This lack of genetic variability will, predictably, be more evident in thoseExpand
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Conservation biology of the Pyrenean larkspur (Delphinium montanum): a case of conflict of plant versus animal conservation?
Abstract Delphinium montanum is a larkspur endemic to the Pyrenees. It has c. 4000 individuals and is classified as vulnerable following the IUCN categories. Pollination ecology results demonstratedExpand
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Reproductive biology, genetic variation and conservation of the rare endemic dysploid Delphinium bolosii (Ranunculaceae)
Abstract Delphinium bolosii C. Blanche and Molero (Ranunculaceae), is a very rare endemic plant known from only two populations in Catalonia, having fewer than 1500 individuals. A biological surveyExpand
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