The impact of clonality on an endangered tree (Elaeocarpus williamsianus) in a fragmented rainforest

@inproceedings{Rossetto2004TheIO,
  title={The impact of clonality on an endangered tree (Elaeocarpus williamsianus) in a fragmented rainforest},
  author={Maurizio Rossetto and Caroline L Gross and Roger A. C. Jones and John Hunter},
  year={2004}
}
The occurrence and distribution of clonality in the endangered rainforest tree Elaeocarpus williamsianus (Elaeocarpaceae) was investigated using SSR and RAPD analyses for 170 apparent individual trees found across seven sites. The results obtained with the two molecular techniques were in complete agreement in showing that single clones are present in most of the E. williamsianus sites with two genets occurring at the largest and most adequately protected site. In addition, seed production… CONTINUE READING

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