British Wildlife 21.2 December 2009

The role of DNA-fingerprinting in the conservation of the native Black Poplar

As one of Britain's most endangered native tree species, the native Black Poplar Populus nigra subsp. betulifolia is currently the subject of considerable interest, with a range of conservation bodies and local authorities actively working to support the species. 

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