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M. Deng, Hipp, A., Song, Y. - G., Li, Q. - S., Coombes, A., Cotton, A.2014Leaf epidermal features of Quercus subgenus Cyclobalanopsis (Fagaceae) and their systematic significance
S. Gerber, Chadœuf, J., Gugerli, F., Lascoux, M., Buiteveld, J., Cottrell, J., Dounavi, A., Fineschi, S., Forrest, L. L., Fogelqvist, J., Goicoechea, P. G., Jensen, J. Svejgaard, Salvini, D., Vendramin, G. G., Kremer, A.2014High Rates of Gene Flow by Pollen and Seed in Oak Populations across Europe
A. L. Hipp, Eaton, D. A. R., Cavender-Bares, J., Fitzek, E., Nipper, R., Manos, P. S.2014A framework phylogeny of the American oak clade based on sequenced RAD data
F. Hubert, Grimm, G. W., Jousselin, E., Berry, V., Franc, A., Kremer, A.2014Multiple nuclear genes stabilize the phylogenetic backbone of the genus Quercus
Ü. Niinemets2014Is there a species spectrum within the world-wide leaf economics spectrum? Major variations in leaf functional traits in the Mediterranean sclerophyll Quercus ilex
M. P. Nobis, Normand S.2014KISSMig – a simple model for R to account for limited migration in analyses of species distributions
J. Ortego, Gugger, P. F., Riordan, E. C., Sork, V. L.2014Influence of climatic niche suitability and geographical overlap on hybridization patterns among southern Californian oaks
J. Ortego, Gugger, P. F., Sork, V. L.2014Climatically stable landscapes predict patterns of genetic structure and admixture in the Californian canyon live oak
J. Javier Peguero-Pina, Sancho-Knapik, D., Barrón, E., Camarero, J. Jesús, Vilagrosa, A., Gil-Pelegrín, E.2014Morphological and physiological divergences within Quercus ilex support the existence of different ecotypes depending on climatic dryness
J. F. Lind-Riehl, Sullivan, A. R., Gailing, O.2014Evidence for selection on a CONSTANS-like gene between two red oak species
T. R. Rogers, F. Russell L.2014Historical patterns of oak population expansion in the Chautauqua Hills, Kansas
Y. Song, Deng, M., Hipp, A. L., Li, Q.2014Leaf morphological evidence of natural hybridization between two oak species (Quercus austrocochinchinensis and Q. kerrii) and its implications for conservation management
K. Xia, Hill, L. M., Li, D. - Z., Walters, C.2014Factors affecting stress tolerance in recalcitrant embryonic axes from seeds of four Quercus (Fagaceae) species native to the USA or China
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