Elm clone identification and the conundrum of the slow spread of Dutch Elm Disease on the Isle of Man

@article{Coleman2016ElmCI,
  title={Elm clone identification and the conundrum of the slow spread of Dutch Elm Disease on the Isle of Man},
  author={M. Coleman and S. A'hara and P. R. Tomlinson and P. Davey},
  journal={New Journal of Botany},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={79 - 89}
}
This study was undertaken as part of a review of Ulmus L. for the forthcoming Flora of the Isle of Man. We have adopted molecular and morphological methods to reassess the identity of Ulmus on the Isle of Man and to explore the possibility that past records of English Elm, a single genotype cultivar called U. minor ‘Atinia’, were misidentifications. First, we utilised seven DNA microsatellite markers to test clone identity in a collection of 23 elms from across the Isle of Man. Sixteen samples… Expand
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