Leaf morphological analyses in four European oak species (Quercus) and their hybrids: A comparison of traditional and geometric morphometric methods

@inproceedings{Viscosi2009LeafMA,
  title={Leaf morphological analyses in four European oak species (Quercus) and their hybrids: A comparison of traditional and geometric morphometric methods},
  author={Vincenzo Viscosi and Olivier Lepais and Sophie Gerber and Paola Fortini},
  year={2009}
}
In this study, leaf morphology was assessed in a mixed oak stand (western France) using two geometric morphometric (landmark and outline) datasets and one dataset of 19 leaf measures. Adult oaks (817 oaks), comprising four white oak species ( Quercus petraea , Q. robur , Q. pubescens and Q. pyrenaica ), were sampled for DNA extraction and genetic analysis (nuclear microsatellites). Leaf morphology was assessed on 336 oaks, comprising pure species and hybrids as determined by genetic assignment… CONTINUE READING

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