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Diversification and distribution patterns of Luzula sect. Luzula (Juncaceae) in the Eastern Alps: a cytogenetic approach combined with extensive herbarium revisions

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Title
Diversification and distribution patterns of Luzula sect. Luzula (Juncaceae) in the Eastern Alps: a cytogenetic approach combined with extensive herbarium revisions
Published in
Alpine Botany, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00035-019-00219-1
Authors

Tinka Bačič, Jasna Dolenc Koce, Božo Frajman

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Agricultural and Biological Sciences 1 100%

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