Application of DNA marker systems to test for genetic imprints of habitat fragmentation in Juniperus communis L. on different spatial and temporal scales-Integration of scientific knowledge into conservation measures
The formerly continuous and widespread juniper (Juniperus communis L.) populations are currently divided into small and fragmented relics in numerous European countries. Additionally, many of these populations suffer from an absence of natural regeneration and consist predominantly of senescent indi...
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