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Multiple paternity in Eucalyptus rameliana (Myrtaceae)
Estimates of the level of multiple paternity/correlated outcrossing within and between fruits in a predominantly outbreeding population of the bird-pollinated mallee, Eucalyptus rameliana, were madeExpand
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Genetic Diversity and the Conservation of Eucalyptus crucis Maiden
E. crucis Maiden occurs as small, isolated populations confined to granite outcrops in south-western Australia. The level and distribution of genetic diversity at 11 allozyme loci in 10 populationsExpand
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Genetic diversity and multiple origins of polyploid Atriplex nummularia Lindl. (Chenopodiaceae)
Few studies have described the genetic diversity within and between populations of polyploid plant species despite the general acceptance of the importance of polyploidy in plant diversification andExpand
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Plant mating systems and assessing population persistence in fragmented landscapes
Population size and habitat disturbance are key factors likely to shape the mating system of populations in disturbed and fragmented landscapes. They would be expected to influence the availabilityExpand
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Did 'Paleo-polyploidy' really occur in Proteaceae?
Cytological data for 188 species in 65 genera of Proteaceae were collated from the literature. Excluding the occasional infrageneric polyploid, Proteaceae have seven confirmed character states forExpand
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The mating system and population genetic structure in a bird-pollinated mallee, Eucalyptus rhodantha
The mating system and spatial genetic structure of the rare and endangered bird-pollinated mallee Eucalyptus rhodantha were investigated in a remnant stand, using progeny arrays and pollen assayed atExpand
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Outcrossing between an agroforestry plantation and remnant native populations of Eucalyptus loxophleba
Gene dispersal among populations of a species is an important force influencing their genetic structure. Dispersal may also occur between taxa that would normally be isolated when nonendemic,Expand
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Temporal variation in allele frequencies in the pollen pool of Eucalyptus rhodantha
Investigation of the mallee Eucalyptus rhodantha which has an irregular, protracted flowering period demonstrated that individual plants differ in fecundity and phenology and that allele frequenciesExpand
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Long‐term ‘islands’ in the landscape: low gene flow, effective population size and genetic divergence in the shrub Hakea oldfieldii (Proteaceae)
The genetic structure of disjunct populations is determined by founding genetic properties, demographic processes, gene flow, drift and local selection. We aim to identify the genetic consequences ofExpand
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Complex hybridity in Isotoma petraea. VII. Assembly of the genetic system in the O6 Pigeon Rock population
The Pigeon Rock population of Isotoma petraea is highly inbreeding and it is polymorphic with respect to interchange hybridity, allozyme variation and lethal system components. Two thirds of theExpand
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