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Genetic heterogeneity in age classes of naturally regenerated old growth forest of Picea abies (L.) Karst

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Genetic characteristics reflecting the population size and disturbance regime of Siebold’s beech (Fagus crenata Blume) populations at the northernmost distribution

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Genetic diversity of Anadenanthera colubrina Vell. (Brenan) var cebil, a tree species from the South American subtropical forest as revealed by cpSSR markers

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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

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Forest decline has not reduced genetic diversity of naturally regenerated Norway spruce from the Beskids, Poland

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Genetic Variation in the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau Endemic and Endangered Conifer Cupressus gigantea, Detected Using RAPD and ISSR Markers

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

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PCR-Multiplex of Six Chloroplast Microsatellites for Population Studies and Genetic Typing in Pinus sylvestris

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Chloroplast DNA Variation of Carapa guianensis in the Amazon basin

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Heterogeneity and Spatial Autocorrelation for Chloroplast Haplotypes in Three Old Growth Populations of Northern Red Oak

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