RABD analysis of genetic variation and dispersal of the moss Bryum argenteum in Ross Island and Victoria Land, Antarctica
The Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA technique was used to assess the level of genetic diversity in Bryum argenteum from Ross Island and southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Samples were collected from three separate transects, and from other geographically distinct populations within 150 km of Ross Island. Moss growth in two transects, sampled down small exposed meltstream channels at Cape Royds and Cape Chocolate, was very sparse with no other moss colonies found within 0.4 or 4 km,...[Show more]
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