Genetic, cytogenetic and morphological patterns in a mixed mulga population: evidence for apomixis
Andrew, Rose; Miller, Joseph; Peakall, Rodney; Crisp, Michael; Bayer, Randall J
The mulga complex (Acacia aneura and closely related taxa) is a widespread group that is dominant in much of arid Australia. The group is taxonomically difficult, due to a complex interaction of sympatry and putative hybridisation between the major species, geographic variation within species and sympatric variation within A. aneura. Mulga is highly variable in a wide range of vegetative and reproductive characters and it is not unusual to find five or six distinct forms growing side by side....[Show more]
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