Liliana Bernardo

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New Italian populations of Knautia dinarica, formerly known only for Sila (Calabria, Southern Italy), were discovered in Abruzzo (Central Italy) and Basilicata (Southern Italy). In order to correctly classify these populations, a taxonomic study was carried out, including morphological and karyological analyses and the typification of the names Knautia(More)
Genetic constraints may increase the extinction risk in small and isolated plant populations. Introducing foreign genes may restore their genetic variability and fitness, but it could also be harmful, especially when recipient and donor populations have diverged. In such cases, data on genetic relationships and the possible consequences of different(More)
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