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The ability of California tree populations to survive anthropogenic climate change will be shaped by the… Expand PREMISE OF THE STUDY
Although long-distance pollen movement is common in wind-pollinated trees, barriers to gene flow may occur… Expand The concept of trade-offs between reproduction and other fitness traits is a fundamental principle of life history theory. For… Expand For plant populations, gene movement through pollen and seed dispersal governs the size of local genetic neighbourhoods and… Expand California valley oak (Quercus lobata Née) is a seriously threatened endemic oak species in California and a keystone species for… Expand California Valley oak (Quercus lobata), one of the state's most distinctive oak species, has experienced serious demographic… Expand In the coming century, anthropogenic climate change will threaten the persistence of restricted endemic species, complicating… Expand The fragmented populations and reduced population densities that result from human disturbance are issues of growing importance… Expand Many oak species are interfertile, and morphological and genetic evidence for hybridization is widespread. Here we use DNA… Expand The range and abundance of valley oak (Quercus lobata, Nee) have steadily decreased in the last 100 years due to low rates of… Expand