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Populations of Agrostis tenuis Resistant to Lead and Zinc Poisoning

Nature volume 169, page 1098 (28 June 1952) | Download Citation

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IN order to find out on how small a scale ecological differentiation can occur, a study is being made of the differentiation in the grass Agrostis tenuis in the region around Aberystwyth. Samples of sixty separate tillers taken at random from each of a number of different habitats have been cultivated, suitably laid out in trial, in an experimental garden. A considerable amount of very local differentiation has been found, an account of which will be published elsewhere.

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  1. Department of Agricultural Botany, University College of North Wales, Bangor. Jan. 18.

    • A. D. BRADSHAW

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