Molecular markers indicate that the narrow Québec endemics Rosa rousseauiorum and Rosa williamsii are synonymous with the widespread Rosa blanda

@article{Bruneau2005MolecularMI,
  title={Molecular markers indicate that the narrow Qu{\'e}bec endemics Rosa rousseauiorum and Rosa williamsii are synonymous with the widespread Rosa blanda},
  author={A. Bruneau and S. Joly and J. Starr and J. Drouin},
  journal={Botany},
  year={2005},
  volume={83},
  pages={386-398}
}
Rosa rousseauiorum Boivin and Rosa williamsii Fern. are two rare roses in eastern Quebec, whose taxo- nomic status is controversial. Morphological characters alone do not clearly differentiate these two taxa from each other or from the morphologically variable and widespread Rosa blanda Ait. We evaluated the taxonomic status of these two taxa, and of two other R. blanda segregates, Rosa subblanda Rydb. and Rosa johannensis Fern., through an analysis of RAPD, ISSR, and AFLP markers. We surveyed… Expand
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