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|Title:||Investigation on the population variation of Drosera indica L. complex using combined morphological and molecular techniques|
|School/Discipline:||Department of Environmental Biology|
|Abstract:||Drosera indica L. is an annual tropical species of carnivorous plant exhibiting a considerable amount of morphological variability, including plant size, flower colour, stamen form, seed size and seed coat ornamentation pattern. This study aims at investigating the pattern of morphological and genetic variability in this species to determine whether there are morphologically distinguishable groups, and whether these groups are genetically distinct|
|Advisor:||Conran, John Godfrey|
Collins, Graham G.
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Environmental Biology, 2001|
Drosera indica L.
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