Gabriela Jamnická

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European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings of three different origins were used to evaluate the effect of water deficit and recovery during the most vulnerable phase of forest tree life. Gas-exchange characteristics and fluorescence rapid light curves were studied in the seedlings from a warm region (PV1, 530 m a.s.l.), seedlings from a moderately warm(More)
The knowledge of the extent of local adaptation is essential for forest reproductive material transfer, designing gene conservation programs and measures for mitigation of the ongoing climate change. A common methodology for assessing selection underlying local adaptation is the comparison of differentiation at neutral markers (measured by F ST) against(More)
Although European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) is one of the most widespread and ecologically and commercially most important deciduous trees in Europe, little is known about its adaptive genetic variation. We explored single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) variation in candidate genes for budburst and drought resistance in beech populations sampled across most(More)
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