Among nature conservation strategies, the cultivation ex situ in Botanical Gardens is the more immediate and allows the middle and long term survival of risk extinction and rare species. The conservation ex situ, with elevated phenotypic and genotypic expressiveness populations, allows to get an high number of individuals to be re-introduced in origin places.

Ex situ conservation and rare plants propagation in the Lecce Botanical Garden: reproductive biology problems

ACCOGLI, Rita Annunziata;MARCHIORI, Silvano
2006

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Among nature conservation strategies, the cultivation ex situ in Botanical Gardens is the more immediate and allows the middle and long term survival of risk extinction and rare species. The conservation ex situ, with elevated phenotypic and genotypic expressiveness populations, allows to get an high number of individuals to be re-introduced in origin places.
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