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Factors influencing levels of genetic diversity in woody plant species
The plant allozyme literature was reviewed to: (1) compare genetic diversity in long-lived woody species with species representing other life forms, and (2) to investigate whether the levels andExpand
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Allozyme Diversity in Cultivated Crops
Estimates of genetic diversity maintained by plant species and its distribution within and among populations allows plant geneticists to predict, in a general way, the evolutionary potential ofExpand
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Genetic Diversity and Population Size in Four Rare Southern Appalachian Plant Species
Allozyme diversity was examined in four rare, high-montane plant species from the Appalachian Mountains of southeastern North America. These species may represent relictual members or descendants ofExpand
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Genetic Divergence Among Infraspecific Taxa of Sarracenia purpurea
Allozyme diversity and genetic divergence were estimated for eight populations within Sar- racenia putrpotrea. Two populations of each infraspecific taxon (i.e., subsp. piurpuirea, and subsp. venosaExpand
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Allozyme diversity in the endangered pitcher plant Sarracenia rubra ssp. Alabamensis (Sarraceniaceae) and its close relative S. rubra ssp. rubra.
Genetic variability in the federally endangered pitcher plant Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis was assessed in eight Alabama populations using starch gel electrophoresis. Ten populations of the moreExpand
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A multiyear estimate of the effective pollen donor pool for Albizia julibrissin
Studies of pollen movement in plant populations are often limited to a single reproductive event, despite concerns about the adequacy of single-year measures for perennial organisms. In this study,Expand
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Genetic Diversity in a Threatened Wetland Species, Helonias bullata (Liliaceae)
Genetic variation was examined in Helonias bullata, a threatened perennial plant species that occurs in isolated wetland habitats. Fifteen populations representing the species’ geographic range wereExpand
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