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Reintroduction of the endangered and endemic plant species Cochlearia bavarica -Implications from conservation genetics

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Kaulfuß, Franziska ; Reisch, Christoph
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 23 Jan 2018 13:43


Population reintroduction is a common practice in conservation, but often fails, also due to the effects of inbreeding or outbreeding depression. Cochlearia bavarica is a strongly endangered plant species endemic to Bavaria in Germany, constantly declining since the late 1980s. Therefore, population reintroduction is intended. In this study, we analyzed genetic diversity within and genetic ...


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