A last stand in the Po valley: genetic structure and gene flow patterns in Ulmus minor and U. pumila.

@article{Bertolasi2015ALS,
  title={A last stand in the Po valley: genetic structure and gene flow patterns in Ulmus minor and U. pumila.},
  author={B. Bertolasi and C. Leonarduzzi and A. Piotti and S. Leonardi and L. Zago and L. Gui and F. Gorian and I. Vanetti and G. Binelli},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  year={2015},
  volume={115 4},
  pages={
          683-92
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Ulmus minor has been severely affected by Dutch elm disease (DED). The introduction into Europe of the exotic Ulmus pumila, highly tolerant to DED, has resulted in it widely replacing native U. minor populations. Morphological and genetic evidence of hybridization has been reported, and thus there is a need for assessment of interspecific gene flow patterns in natural populations. This work therefore aimed at studying pollen gene flow in a remnant U. minor stand surrounded… Expand
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