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Amount and distribution of isozyme variation in various conifer speciesAuthor(s): M. Thompson Conkle
Source: In: Proceedings 17th Meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association, Part 2 (1980): p. 109 - 117
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEstimation of the relative amount and the geographic distribution of genetically controlled variation is a central topic of tree resource management. Biochemical data from the analysis of forest tree enzyme variants provides a direct and precise measure of allele frequencies of tree genes.
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CitationConkle, M. Thompson. 1980. Amount and distribution of isozyme variation in various conifer species. In: Proceedings 17th Meeting of the Canadian Tree Improvement Association, Part 2 (1980): p. 109 - 117
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