Data from: Phylogeography of Primula allionii (Primulaceae), a narrow endemic of the Maritime Alps

Casazza G, Grassi F, Zecca G, Mariotti MG, Guerrina M, Minuto L

Date Published: November 12, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mm7kk

 

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Description M1: Matrix of stigma height and anther height of flowers of Primula marginata and Primula allionii. The morph types was reported L = long-styled flower (pin); S = shorth-styled flowers (thrum). Flowers are reported in rows. Species, morph, stigma height and anther height are reported in columns. M2: ISSR and AFLP combined matrix. Individuals are reported in rows. IssR and AFLP bands are reported in columns. M3: trnL intron and psbA-trnH intregenic spacer sequences concatenated to form a single matrix. The code of each individuals is reported.
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Casazza G, Grassi F, Zecca G, Mariotti MG, Guerrina M, Minuto L (2013) Phylogeography of Primula allionii (Primulaceae), a narrow endemic of the Maritime Alps. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 173(4): 637–653. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/boj.12110

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Casazza G, Grassi F, Zecca G, Mariotti MG, Guerrina M, Minuto L (2013) Data from: Phylogeography of Primula allionii (Primulaceae), a narrow endemic of the Maritime Alps. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mm7kk
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