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Biodiversity of Wild Triticeae (Poaceae) in Poland as an Expression of Tribe Microevolution

Edited By: M Mizianty and F Ludwik
115 pages, Illus
Biodiversity of Wild Triticeae (Poaceae) in Poland as an Expression of Tribe Microevolution
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To-date, no comprehensive studies on this group of plants have been carried out in Poland. This book presents a summary of many years of broadly designed research, on the representatives of Triticeae growing wild in Poland. The chapters of the book present their morphological, cytological and anatomical characteristics, as well as data on the habitats which they occupy. Also treated, are the issues of geographical distribution and their dynamic tendencies in Poland, as well as the results of molecular analyses of the following genera: Elymus, Hordeum, Hordelymus, Leymus, and Brachypodium, altogether 12 taxa.

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Edited By: M Mizianty and F Ludwik
115 pages, Illus
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