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Biogeography of Nothofagus subgenus Fuscospora in the South Island of New Zealand inferred from chloroplast DNA.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Plant and Microbial Sciences, 2002)
Nothofagus (‘southern beech’) is a major component in forests throughout the South Island of New Zealand. However all four species are disjunct across the central portion of the island. Hypotheses for the disjunction ...
Environmental and biotic influences on the maintenance of apomixis
(University of Canterbury. Botany, 2002)
Most plant species that reproduce by the production of clonal seed (apomicts) retain some capacity for sexual reproduction (facultative apomixis). The frequency of this residual sexual reproduction in apomicts varies, even ...