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Genotypic diversity, molecular markers and spatial distribution of genets in clonal plants, a literature survey
We present a literature survey of studies using molecular markers to investigate genet diversity and structure in clonal plants. The data from 40 studies comprised 45 species of which only two wereExpand
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Isozyme evidence of relationships withinSphagnum sect.Acutifolia (Sphagnaceae, Bryophyta)
  • N. Cronberg
  • Biology
  • Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • 1 March 1996
Ten enzyme systems coding for 13 putative loci were studied in 12 European species ofSphagnum sect.Acutifolia (peat mosses). On average seven plants from each of 73 collections made throughout NExpand
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Colonization dynamics of the clonal moss Hylocomium splendens on islands in a Baltic land uplift area: reproduction, genet distribution and genetic variation
1 Islands representing four stage classes, dated by their height above sea level, in a Baltic land uplift area were used to study genet level dynamics during colonization of the clonal mossExpand
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Clonal diversity and allozyme variation in populations of the arctic sedge Carex bigelowii (Cyperaceae).
1 A study of allozyme variation in vegetatively propagating populations of the rhizomatous sedge Carex bigelowii, revealed high levels of clonal diversity (genet diversity) within populations. TheExpand
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Clonal structure and fertility in a sympatric population of the peat mosses, Sphagnum rubellum and S. capillifolium.
Data from isozyme and leaf shape variation are combined to explore the clonal structure at a site where hybridization between Sphagnum rubellum and Sphagnum capillifolium was previously indicated.Expand
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Factors influencing reproductive success in the clonal moss, Hylocomium splendens
Female reproductive success in the unisexual perennial clonal moss Hylocomium splendens was examined by recording, if the segment was reproductive [produced sporophyte(s)] or not, together withExpand
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Microarthropods Mediate Sperm Transfer in Mosses
Among flowering plants, animals commonly act as pollinators. We showed that fertile moss shoots attract springtails and mites, which in turn carry moss sperm, thereby enhancing the fertilizationExpand
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Genetic variation in the clonal bryophyte Hylocomium splendens at hierarchical geographical scales in Scandinavia
The widespread bryophyte Hylocomium splendens was sampled in a hierarchical fashion from populations representing four Scandinavian vegetation zones. Allozyme electrophoresis revealed variation at 11Expand
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Genetic diversity of the epiphytic bryophyte Leucodon sciuroides in formerly glaciated versus nonglaciated parts of Europe
Twelve populations of the epiphytic bryophyte Leucodon sciuroides from three major regions representing formerly glaciated and nonglaciated regions of Europe were screened for polymorphisms at 15Expand
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What do we know about hybridization among bryophytes in nature
Despite being recognized as a widespread and evolutionary important phenomenon among vascular plants, interspecific hybridization among bryophytes has been strongly underestimated. In the presentExpand
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