Population structures of Astragalus filipes collections from western North America

@inproceedings{Bushman2010PopulationSO,
  title={Population structures of Astragalus filipes collections from western North America},
  author={Bradley S. Bushman and Kishor K. Bhattarai and Douglas A. Johnson},
  year={2010}
}
The majority of species used for revegetation in semi-arid western rangelands of North America are grasses, with few forbs and nearly no legumes. Astragalus filipes (Torr. Ex A. Gray) is a western North American legume and a promising candidate for use in rangeland revegetation, but assessments of plant species diversity and structure are necessary to determine which collections should be used to constitute a conservation unit or regional seed source. To address this issue, we characterized… CONTINUE READING