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Silene vulgaris and S. uniflora ssp. petraea: paternal effects on seed germination represent a barrier to the genetic assimilation of an endemic plant.

Prentice, Honor C LU ; Andersson, Stefan LU ; Månsby, Eva LU and Runyeon-Lager, Helena (2008) Silene: from populations to genes In Silene: from populations to genes p.29-29
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@misc{ea4a203e-f240-452b-b4c6-ea0104b0b165,
  author       = {Prentice, Honor C and Andersson, Stefan and Månsby, Eva and Runyeon-Lager, Helena},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Conference Abstract},
  pages        = {29--29},
  series       = {Silene: from populations to genes},
  title        = {Silene vulgaris and S. uniflora ssp. petraea: paternal effects on seed germination represent a barrier to the genetic assimilation of an endemic plant.},
  year         = {2008},
}