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Genetic and evolutionary consequences of small population size in plants: implications for conservation



Genetic and evolutionary consequences of small population size in plants: implications for conservation



Genetics and conservation of rare plants: 3-30



Some of the genetic consequences of small population size in plants are reviewed, with particular attention to the role of genetic bottlenecks in reducing diversity. This is followed by a consideration of mating patterns in small populations and an assessment of the significance of inbreeding depression and heterosis to fitness.

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