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Evolutionary processes in aquatic plant populations

Evolutionary processes in aquatic plant populations,10.1016/0304-3770(93)90068-8,Aquatic Botany,Spencer C. H. Barrett,Christopher G. Eckert,Brian C. H

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Barrett, S.C.H., Eckert, C.G. and Husband, B.C., 1993. Evolutionary processes in aquatic plant pop-
Journal: Aquatic Botany - AQUAT BOT , vol. 44, no. 2-3, pp. 105-145, 1993
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    • ...Seagrasses comprise a limited number of species. Several genera are monospecific or show small species representation and their genetic plasticity is limited. Moreover hydrophilic pollination limits the gene flow across the water bodies ...

    Christina Lucaset al. Development of a DNA Barcoding System for Seagrasses: Successful but N...

    • ...Other explanations for wide distributional ranges of aquatic and wetland plants include the uniformity of the aquatic environment (Sculthorpe, 1967; Barrett et al., 1993)...

    Hong Qianet al. Linking biotic homogenization to habitat type, invasiveness and growth...

    • ...Because the sexual reproduction is inhibited by the aquatic environment, for most aquatic plants clonal reproduction predominates (Sculthorpe, 1967; Grace, 1993; Barrett et al., 1993; van Groenendael et al., 1996)...
    • ...Dominant clonal reproduction of aquatic plants results in an increased role for plasticity, because they tend to possess lower genetic diversity than terrestrial plants (Hutchinson, 1975; Barrett et al., 1993; Philbrick & Les, 1996)...

    Keyan Xiaoet al. Differential effects of water depth and sediment type on clonal growth...

    • ...Because deep water wetlands are dominated by clonally reproducing vascular plants (Barrett et al., 1993; Grace, 1993 )m any of which are also capable of reproducing sexually ( Barrett et al., 1993; Vasseur et al., 1993; Eckert et al., 1999), recruitment of plants on floating islands likely results from a combination of regrowth from vegetative fragments and germination from the seed bank...
    • ...Because deep water wetlands are dominated by clonally reproducing vascular plants (Barrett et al., 1993; Grace, 1993 )m any of which are also capable of reproducing sexually ( Barrett et al., 1993; Vasseur et al., 1993; Eckert et al., 1999), recruitment of plants on floating islands likely results from a combination of regrowth from vegetative fragments and germination from the seed bank...

    Julia A. Cherryet al. Temporary floating island formation maintains wetland plant species ri...

    • ...This relatively low degree of endemism and diversity in arid zone aquatic plant flora is probably because of the uniformity of the aquatic environment (Cook 1985), widespread clonality and high phenotypic plasticity (Barrett et al. 1993)...

    Zhongqiang Liet al. Aquatic plants diversity in arid zones of Northwest China: patterns, t...

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