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Quantitative genetics in a fragmented landscape: a study of heritable floral traits in Oenothera harringtonii (Onagraceae)

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Habitat fragmentation can alter the conditions of natural plant populations, introducing novel selective pressures. The ability of a population to respond to environmental change can be inferred by assessing the population’s genetic diversity and the heritability of traits thought to be under selection.

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