87350 - The breeding system and gene flow in Eucalyptus urnigera.pdf (260.79 kB)
The breeding system and gene flow in Eucalyptus urnigera
conference contributionposted on 2023-05-23, 08:03 authored by Savva, M, Bradley PottsBradley Potts, James ReidJames Reid
The stepped cline from green to glaucous morphs of E. urnigera with increasing altitude on Mt. Wellington, Tasmania, is one of the classic examples of clines in forest trees (Barber and Jackson 1957; Endler 1977). A study of the breeding system of E. urnigera was undertaken to provide a basis for investigations of gene flow and the dynamics of this cline.
Publication titleProceedings of the Pollination '88 Symposium
EditorsRB Knox, MB Singh and LF Troiani
Department/SchoolSchool of Natural Sciences
PublisherSchool of Botany, University of Melbourne
Place of publicationParkville, Victoria
Event titlePollination '88
Event VenueUniversity of Melbourne
Date of Event (Start Date)1998-08-26
Date of Event (End Date)1998-08-27
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