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Genetic variation in an endangered cedar (Widdringtonia cedarbergensis) versus two congeneric species
South African Journal of Botany
ReL'cived 20 Oc/obr-r J996: revl.\'cd 2 April/f)!)7 Widdringlonia cedarbergensis is a southern African conifer species under threat at extinction. This study exp lored the genetic status of the species to assess whether loss of genetic variation may be contributing to population declines. Widdringtonia nodiflora and W schwarzii were used as benchmarks against which to compare genetic diversity in W cedarbergensis. Isozyme electrophoresis was used to reso lve seventeen isozyme loci in seedlingsdoi:10.1016/s0254-6299(15)30725-0 fatcat:fcy6usww5rd3foqpzwd2phopam