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Population size and land use affect the genetic variation and performance of the endangered plant species Dianthus seguieri ssp. glaber

Busch, Verena ; Reisch, Christoph


Human activity and land use changes in the past decades have led to landscape homogenization and small-scale fragmentation of grassland habitats in most regions of central Europe. As a result, populations of many grassland species are small and strongly fragmented, facing extinction due to genetic depauperation and local maladaptation in remnant habitats. In this study, remaining populations of ...


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