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Genetic differentiation of natural Mediterranean cypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.) populations in Greece

Genetic differentiation of natural Mediterranean cypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.) populations in Greece

Forest Genetics 1(1): 1-12

C. sempervirens has a disjunct geographic distribution in Greece. It mainly consists of small natural stands on Crete and on other Aegean islands, but it also has been introduced, mostly as the pyramidalis form, in many other localities. The nature and magnitude of genetic variation of natural and introduced stands were studied by sampling 25 populations representing different population histories, geographic localities and ecological site conditions.

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