The present study has been conducted to investigate whether the introduced P. x euramericana hybridise spontaneously with native P. nigra. This study results in new insights in the reproductive strategy of Populus nigra. The results have important implications for in situ conservation and restoration programmes of the European Black poplar.
terrestrial, dendrology, conservation strategy, conservation strategies, riparian forests, genetic diversity, DNA, introgression, ex situ conservation, nature development, restoration ecology, genetic pollution, Ecology, Genetics, Habitat management, restoration, Limnology and hydrobiology, Forests, Streams , running waters, Morphology, The effect of Biodiversity on Ecosystem Functioning, Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, Belgium, Flanders, Meuse, woody vascular plants, dicotyledons, Populus nigra
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|Vanden Broeck A. H.*., Storme V.**, Van Bockstaele E.***, Boerjan W.** and Van Slycken J* Mating system of P. nigra and gene flow with cultivated poplars; implications for in situ restoration EUFORGEN Populus nigra NETWORK Report of the Seventh meeting - 22-27 October 2001 - Osijek, Croatia, in press||author|
|Vanden Broeck A.H., Storme V., Cox K., Boerjan W and Van Slycken J. Mating system of P. nigra in a mixed poplar stand. Proceedings of the international symposium on Genetic Diversity in river populations of European Black Poplar. Europop project, Szekzárd, Hungary 16-20 May 2001.||author|
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