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Type: Journal article
Title: Historical and contemporary mating patterns in remnant populations of the forest tree fraxinus excelsior L
Author: Bacles, C.
Burczyk, J.
Lowe, A.
Ennos, R.
Citation: Evolution, 2005; 59(5):979-990
Publisher: Soc Study Evolution
Issue Date: 2005
ISSN: 0014-3820
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Cecile F.E. Baclse, Jaroslaw Burczyk, Andrew J. Lowe and Richard A. Ennos.
Abstract: Genetic variation at microsatellite markers is used to quantify genetic structure and mating behavior in a severely fragmented population of the wind-pollinated, wind-dispersed temperate tree Fraxinus excelsior L. It is assessed whether habitat fragmentation leads to increased inbreeding, reduced gene flow, and reduced genetic diversity in the species.
Keywords: Effective pollen dispersal; fragmented landscape; Fraxinus excelsior L.; F-statistics; microsatellites; neighborhood model.
RMID: 0020071416
DOI: 10.1111/j.0014-3820.2005.tb01037.x
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