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Genetic variation of litter meadow species reflects gene flow by hay transfer and mowing with agricultural machines

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Lehmair, Theresa Anna ; Pagel, Ellen ; Poschlod, Peter ; Reisch, Christoph
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 18 Mar 2021 06:05

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Litter meadows, historically established for litter production, are species-rich and diverse ecosystems. These meadows drastically declined during the last decades along with decreasing litter use in modern livestock housing. The aim of our study was to identify the drivers of genetic variation in litter meadow species. Therefore, we tested whether genetic diversity and differentiation depend on ...


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