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      Ploidy levels and reproductive behaviour in invasive Hieracium pilosella in Patagonia

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              Cytogeography of Pilosella officinarum (Compositae): altitudinal and longitudinal differences in ploidy level distribution in the Czech Republic and Slovakia and the general pattern in Europe.

              Pilosella officinarum (syn. Hieracium pilosella) is a highly structured species with respect to the ploidy level, with obvious cytogeographic trends. Previous non-collated data indicated a possible differentiation in the frequency of particular ploidy levels in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Therefore, detailed sampling and ploidy level analyses were assessed to reveal a boundary of common occurrence of tetraploids on one hand and higher ploids on the other. For a better understanding of cytogeographic differentiation of P. officinarum in central Europe, a search was made for a general cytogeographic pattern in Europe based on published data.
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                NeoBiota
                NB
                Pensoft Publishers
                1314-2488
                1619-0033
                November 30 2011
                November 30 2011
                : 11
                : 25-31
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                10.3897/neobiota.11.1349
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