SAMPLING FOR EFFECTIVE EX SITU PLANT CONSERVATION

@inproceedings{Guerrant2014SAMPLINGFE,
  title={SAMPLING FOR EFFECTIVE EX SITU PLANT CONSERVATION},
  author={Edward O. Guerrant and Kayri Havens and Pati L. Vitt},
  year={2014}
}
Sampling a whole flora or any significant subset for ex situ conservation purposes is a complex, long-term proposition. Thus, it is important to consider what constitutes an adequate sample not only for all taxa as a whole but also for each taxon individually as well as how to strategically schedule collection over time. There are five basic sampling questions: from which species to collect, from how many and which populations, from how many and which individuals, how many and what kind of… CONTINUE READING

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