Hybrid origin of the Oxford ragwort, Senecio squalidus L.

@inproceedings{Abbott2000HybridOO,
  title={Hybrid origin of the Oxford ragwort, Senecio squalidus L.},
  author={Richard Joseph. Abbott and Jessalynn K. James and Judith A. Irwin and Hans Peter Comes},
  year={2000}
}
Morphometric and allozyme variation was surveyed in Senecio rupestris, a species native to central and southern Europe, and compared with that within the Oxford ragwort, Senecio squalidus, and two Sicilian species, S. aethnensis and S. chrysanthemifolius and their hybrid offspring. In addition, a limited survey of chloroplast DNA variation was conducted in S. rupestris to augment previous results for this species. Canonical Variate Analysis of 32 morphometric traits recorded on plants raised… CONTINUE READING

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