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Reproductive biology of island and mainland populations of Primula mistassinica (Primulaceae) on Lake Huron shorelines


Canadian Journal of Botany 76(11): 1819-1827
Reproductive biology of island and mainland populations of Primula mistassinica (Primulaceae) on Lake Huron shorelines
To investigate the influence of insularity on plant reproductive biology at a local geographic scale, aspects of reproduction were examined in distylous Primula mistassinica on Lake Huron shorelines of the Bruce Peninsula and adjacent Tobermory Islands in Ontario, Canada. A total of 7 mainland and 13 nearshore island populations were compared.

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Accession: 003256993

DOI: 10.1139/b98-150



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