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



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



Canadian Journal of Botany 76(11): 1819-1827



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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DOI: 10.1139/b98-150



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