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Different diversity measures and genetic traits reveal different speciesgenetic diversity relationships: A case study in forest tree communities

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Genotype-Species Interactions in Neighbourhoods of Forest Tree Communities

): Within-population genetic diversity of Taraxacum officinale (Asteraceae). Differential genotype response and effect on interspecific competition. Amer. J. Botany 85, 947-954. WEHENKEL, C., F. BERGMANN and H. R. GREGORIUS (2006): Is there a trade-off between species diversity and genetic diversity in forest tree communities. Plant Ecology 185, 151-161. WENDEL, J. F. and N. F. WEEDEN (1989): Visualization and interpretation of plant isozymes. In: SOLTIS, D. E., SOLTIS, P. S. (eds.). Isozymes in Plant Biology. Chapman and Hall, London, pp

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Discordance Between Geographical Distribution and Genetic Relationship Among Populations of Japanese Red Pine in Korea Revealed by Analysis of I-SSR Markers

revealed in rice (Oryza sativa L.) using different marker types. Molecular Breeding 3(2): 115-125. SAGHAI, M. A., BIYASHEV, R. M., YANG, G. P., ZHANG, Q. and ALLARD, R.W. (1994): Extraordinarily polymorphic microsatellite DNA in barley: species diversity, chromosomal locations, and population dynamics. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91: 5466-5470. SALIMATH, S. S., DE-OLIVEIRA, A. C., GODWIN, I. D. and BENNETZEN, J. L. (1995): Assessment of genome origins and genetic diversity in the genus Eleusine with DNA markers. Genome 38(4): 757

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I-SSR Markers Revealed Inconsistent Phylogeographic Patterns among Populations of Japanese Red Pines in Korea

of Kor. For. Soc. pp. 57-58 (in Korean). SAGHAI, M. A., R. M. BIYASHEV, G. P. YANG, Q. ZHANG and R. W. ALLARD (1994): Extraordinarily polymorphic microsatellite DNA in barley: species diversity, chromosomal locations, and population dynamics. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91: 5466-5470. SALIMATH, S. S., A. C. DE-OLIVEIRA, I. D. GODWIN and J. L. BENNETZEN (1995): Assessment of genome origins and genetic diversity in the genus Eleusine with DNA markers. Genome 38(4): 757-763. SHANNON, C. E. (1948): A mathematical theory of

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Genetic Structure and Variability of Natural Populations of Maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster Aiton) in Morocco

species diversity: a critique and alternative parameters. Ecology 52: 577-586. KEPHART, S. R. (1990): Starch gel electrophoresis of plant isozymes: a comparative analysis of techniques. Amer. J. Bot. 77: 693-712. LAMY, S., BOUCHARD, A. and SIMON, J. P. (1999): Genetic structure, variability and mating system in eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis) populations of recent origin in an agricultural landscape in southern Québec. Can. J. For. Res. 29: 1383-1392. LEDIG, F. T. and CONKLE, M. T. (1983): Gene diversity and

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Clonal selection of Eucalyptus grandis x Eucalyptus globulus for productivity, adaptability, and stability, using SNP markers

. New Phytologist 209(2):600–611. Available at https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.13639 Heffner EL, Lorenz AJ, Jannink JL, Sorrels ME (2010) Plant breeding with genomic selection: gain per unit time and cost. Crop Science 50(5):1681–1690 Available at http://doi:10.2135/cropsci2009.11.0662 Hudson CJ, Freeman JS, Myburg AA, Potts BM, Vaillancourt RE (2015) Genomic patterns of species diversity and divergence in Eucalyptus. New Phytologist 206(4):1378–1390. Available at https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.13316 Isik F (2014) Genomic selection in forest tree

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Genetic conservation in Parkia biglobosa (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) - what do we know?

Sciences Naturelles. Université de Ouagadougou, 320 p Nikiema A (2005) Agroforestry parkland species diversity: uses and manage­ment in semi-arid West Africa (Burkina Faso). PhD Thesis Wageningen Uni­versity, 102 p Nombré I, Schweitzer P, Sawadogo M, Boussim IJ, Millogo-Rasolodimby J (2009) Assessment of melliferous plant potentialities in Burkina Faso. African Jour­nal of Ecology, 47, 622-629 https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2028.2009.01034.x Odebiyi JA, Bada SO, Omoloye AA, Awodoyin RO, Oni PI (2004) Vertebrate and

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Genetic diversity and stand structure of neighboring white willow (Salix alba L.) populations along fragmented riparian corridors: a case study

: segregation of molecular markers and esti­mation of linkage phases support an allotetraploid structure for Salix alba x Salix fragilis interspecific hybrids. Heredity 90(2):169-180 https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.hdy.6800213 Barcaccia G, S Meneghetti, M Lucchin and H de Jong (2014) Genetic segregation and genomic hybridization patterns support an allotetraploid structure and disomic inheritance for Salix species. Diversity 6(4):633-651 https://doi.org/10.3390/d6040633 Barsoum N (2002) Relative contributions of sexual and asexual regeneration

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