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Pollen pool heterogeneity in natural stands of upland and lowland black spruce (Picea marinana (Mill.) B.S.P.)
One of the basic assumptions of the mixed-mating model is that the pollen pool of a population is homogeneous. However mounting evidence would suggest that a homogeneous pollen pool is not the norm in populations of ...
Genetic variation in traits affecting the water relations of balsam poplar along a latitudinal transect in Northwestern Ontario
Genetic variation In traits potentially affecting the waterrelations of balsam poplar (PopuIus balsamifera L.) clones from four provenances along a transect from northern Wisconsin to Pickle Lake in northwestern Ontario ...
Pollen pool heterogeneity in jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) : a problem for estimating population outcrossing rate?
Pollen pool heterogeneity, which violates an assumption of the mixed-mating model, is one of the major problems facing population geneticists concerned with measuring plant mating systems. In the present study, isozyme ...