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Relationship between distribution of Juniperus communis L. ssp. communis in western Alps, its pollen morphology and viability


Allionia 1991; 30: 65-74
Relationship between distribution of Juniperus communis L. ssp. communis in western Alps, its pollen morphology and viability
Samples of Juniperus communis subsp. communis collected from 8 sites in NW Italy - from lowland (altitude 226 m) to alpine sites (altitude 1450 m) - were assessed. Samples were not viable after 2 months storage in laboratory conditions similar to those of the natural environment. In vitro pollen germination rates were low (maximum 6%). Pollen from altitude 600-800 m was the most viable. Pollen grain size varied considerably, although this was not correlated to altitude.


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