Genetic variation within and between populations of Potamogeton pusillus agg.

@article{Kaplan2003GeneticVW,
  title={Genetic variation within and between populations of Potamogeton pusillus agg.},
  author={Z D Kaplan and Jan {\vS}těp{\'a}nek},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2003},
  volume={239},
  pages={95-112}
}
AbstractPatterns of isozyme variation were examined in 17 populations of P. pusillus and P. berchtoldii, together with one population of P. trichoides taken for comparison. Both P. pusillus and P. berchtoldii displayed low levels of variation within populations associated with high levels of interpopulation differentiation. This pattern of partitioning of genetic variation within and between populations is attributed to the founder effect, frequent vegetative propagation by turions, dominant… 

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