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Rock climbing enjoys enormous popularity world-wide. As a consequence, the anthropogenic pressure on the vegetation of formerly undisturbed cliff ecos...Read more
The source of seed or plant material can have profound implications for the success of restoration efforts because most species exhibit adaptive genet...Read more
This chapter provides a brief account of present knowledge of the genetic variation of teak from natural and planted forests. This knowledge is requir...Read more
Genetic diversity is one of the three main levels of biodiversity recognised in the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Fundamental for species ...Read more
The efficient management of invasive alien species (IAS) requires the identification of their introduction pathways. Genetic assessments have proven u...Read more
Plants of A. capillaris (outbreeding) and P. pratensis (apomictic) from populations in England (Rothamsted), southern Iceland (Sámsstadir), northern I...Read more
Restoration is normally conducted with the goal of creating plant populations that establish, survive, successfully reproduce, contribute to ecosystem...Read more
Governmental authorities in many countries financially support the implementation of habitat connectivity measures to enhance the exchange of individu...Read more
Results from a common garden experiment and from a survey of isozymic variation conducted in southern England during 1987 and 1988, using population s...Read more
This report begins by describing three major modes of anticipated environmental change and their impacts on forests in England: (i) directional change...Read more