Biodiversity Science ›› 1999, Vol. 07 ›› Issue (4): 340-346.doi: 10.17520/biods.1999053

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Population genetics and its implications for conservation of rare and endangered plants

LIU Zhan-Lin, ZHAO Gui-Fang   

  1. Department of Biology,Northwest University,Xi'an,710069
  • Received:1998-05-26 Revised:1998-06-26 Online:1999-11-20

Population genetics is of great value in the study on the conservation of rare and endangered plants.The authors introduced some important concepts in population genetics,including effective population size,inbreeding,genetic drift and gene flow,and then proposed some areas in which population genetics can be used for the conservation of rare and endangered plants.

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