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Genetic Variation of Typical Plant Species in Hay Meadows: The Effect of Land Use History, Landscape Structure, and Habitat Quality

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Pagel, Ellen ; Lehmair, Theresa A. ; Poschlod, Peter ; Reisch, Christoph
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 20 Jan 2021 14:57


Global changes in land use are threatening the diversity of many ecosystems on both the intra- and interspecific levels. Among these ecosystems are the species-rich hay meadows, which have drastically declined in quality and quantity, due to land use intensification or abandonment in recent decades. The remaining genetic resources of their plant species must therefore be protected. To determine ...


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