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Sesleria caerulea - self(in)compatibility?

Jan Wesenberg jsp at nlh.no
Thu Jan 5 10:19:39 EST 1995

The grass Sesleria caerulea (L.) Ard. was found new to Norway in 1993. The 
population seems to consist of only one clone measuring about 1 x 1 m, in 
natural vegetation on calcareous gravel. If this is in fact one genetical 
individual, the future prospects of the population would depend strongly 
upon the selfcompatibility of the species (well, there is the issue of 
somatic mutations, but...)

Does anybody know anything about self(in)compatibility in this species?

Hoping for answers,
Jan Wesenberg
Agricultural University of Norway
Department of Biology and Nature Conservation

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