Formulation and estimation of the effective size of stage-structured populations in Fritillaria camtschatcensis, a perennial herb with a complex life history.

@article{Yonezawa2000FormulationAE,
  title={Formulation and estimation of the effective size of stage-structured populations in Fritillaria camtschatcensis, a perennial herb with a complex life history.},
  author={Katsuei Yonezawa and Eiichiro Kinoshita and Yasuyuki Watano and Hiroko Zentoh},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2000},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={2007-13}
}
The effective population size (Ne) is formulated based on a stage-structured population model and is estimated for two populations of Fritillaria camtschatcensis (L.) Ker-Gawl. (Liliaceae), a perennial, mainly clonally reproducing herb. Plants in these populations change life-history stages year by year, either upward or downward across three unambiguously identifiable stages: one-leaf, nonflowering; multileaf nonflowering; and multileaf, flowering stages. Plants of all stages produce clonal… CONTINUE READING

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