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Martínez-Garrido J, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M, Serrão EA. New highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the aquatic angiosperm Ruppia cirrhosa reveal population diversity and differentiation. Genome. 2014;57(1):57-9. doi:10.1139/gen-2013-0186
Martínez-Garrido J, Bermejo R, Serrão EA, Sánchez-Lizaso J, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M. Regional Genetic Structure in the Aquatic Macrophyte Ruppia cirrhosa Suggests Dispersal by Waterbirds. Estuaries and Coasts. 2017;40(6):1705 - 1716. doi:10.1007/s12237-017-0247-9
Martínez-Garrido J, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M, Serrão EA. New highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the aquatic angiosperm Ruppia cirrhosa reveal population diversity and differentiation. Genome. 2014;57(1):57-59. doi:10.1139/gen-2013-0186
Martínez-Garrido J, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M, Serrão EA. New highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the aquatic angiosperm Ruppia cirrhosa reveal population diversity and differentiation. Genome. 2014;57(1):57-59.
Martínez-Garrido J, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M, Serrão EA. New highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the aquatic angiosperm Ruppia cirrhosa reveal population diversity and differentiation. Genome. 2014;57(1):57-59.
Martínez-Garrido J, Serrão EA, Engelen AH, Cox CJ, García-Murillo P, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M. Multilocus genetic analyses provide insight into speciation and hybridization in aquatic grasses, genus Ruppia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2016;117(2):177-191. doi:10.1111/bij.12666
Martínez-Garrido J, Serrão EA, Engelen AH, Cox CJ, García-Murillo P, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M. Multilocus genetic analyses provide insight into speciation and hybridization in aquatic grasses, genus Ruppia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2016;117(2):177-191.
Martínez-Garrido J, Bermejo R, Serrão EA, Sánchez-Lizaso JM, Gonzalez-Wangüemert M. Regional Genetic Structure in the Aquatic Macrophyte Ruppia cirrhosa Suggests Dispersal by Waterbirds. Estuaries and Coasts. 2017;40(6):1705-1716.