Genetic diversity within selected European populations of the moss species Atrichum undulatum as inferred from isozymes
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The moss species Atrichum undulatum (Hedw.) P. Beauv. (Polytrichaceae, Bryophyta) is widespread throughout the northern hemisphere. Selected accessions from Europe (23) have been studied based on 5 enzymes and their isoforms with aim to reveal genetic diversity. The results obtained clearly show that there is a high genetic diversity in Atrichum undulatum within the samples tested. However, the results do not document any distributional pattern or any special gradient based on genetical analyses.
Keywords:Atrichum undulatum; Bryophytes; Isozymes; Moss
Source:Wulfenia, 2019, 26, 208-216
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