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- Hernández-Serrano, Ana; Verdú, Miguel; Santos-del-Blanco, Luís; Climent, José; González-Martínez, Santiago C.; Pausas, Juli G.
- Annals of botany 2014 v.114 no.3 pp. 571-577
- provenance, etc ; Bayesian theory; Pinus halepensis; adaptive radiation; allozymes; fire regime; fires; genetic markers; genetic variation; heritability; natural selection; open pollination; phenotype; rain; summer; trees; Balearic Islands; Iberian Peninsula; Spain; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Background and Aims Although it is well known that fire acts as a selective pressure shaping plant phenotypes, there are no quantitative estimates of the heritability of any trait related to plant persistence under recurrent fires, such as serotiny. In this study, the heritability of serotiny in Pinus halepensis is calculated, and an evaluation is made as to whether fire has left a selection signa ...
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- PMC4204669 [Available on 09/01/15]
- Segarra-Moragues, J.G.; Iriondo, J.M.; Catalan, P.
- Annals of botany 2005 v.96 no.7 pp. 1283-1292
- provenance, etc ; Dioscoreaceae; endangered species; germplasm conservation; germplasm evaluation; DNA fingerprinting; genetic markers; genetic variation; population genetics; genetic relationships; microsatellite repeats; Spain; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Molecular markers have changed previous expectations about germplasm collections of endangered plants, as new perspectives aim at holding a significant representation of all the genetic diversity in the studied species to accomplish further conservation initiatives successfully. Borderea chouardii is a critically endangered allotetraploid dioecious member of Dioscoreaceae, kno ...
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