Lack of allozyme diversity in populations of the rare, endangered terrestrial orchids Tipularia japonica and Epipactis papillosa in Korea

@article{Chung2008LackOA,
  title={Lack of allozyme diversity in populations of the rare, endangered terrestrial orchids Tipularia japonica and Epipactis papillosa in Korea},
  author={Mi Yoon Chung},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2008},
  volume={278},
  pages={203-209}
}
Since high levels of genetic diversity may ensure long-term survival of a plant species, it is essential to preserve the genetic diversity of the species. Tipularia japonica and Epipactis papillosa are rare terrestrial orchids in southern Korea with fewer than 50 mature individuals in a population and southern Japan and considered to be threatened (endangered or vulunerable). To obtain knowledge of how the genetic variation of these species is partitioned within and among populations in Korea… CONTINUE READING
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