Impacts of silviculture on genetic diversity in the native forest species Eucalyptus sieberi

@article{Glaubitz2004ImpactsOS,
  title={Impacts of silviculture on genetic diversity in the native forest species Eucalyptus sieberi},
  author={Jeffrey Glaubitz and Harry Wu and Gavin F. Moran},
  journal={Conservation Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={275-287}
}
Potential impacts of regeneration practices ongenetic diversity in the Australian nativeforest species Eucalyptus sieberi L.A.S.Johnson. (silvertop ash) were assessed usingDNA markers. Three different silviculturaltreatments were examined: clear-felling withaerial re-sowing, and the seed tree system withsite preparation by either burning ormechanical disturbance. In addition, twounharvested stands were chosen as controls. Atotal sample of 825 trees were genotyped at 35Mendelian markers: 26… CONTINUE READING

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