Lilium philadelphicum


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lily of eastern North America having orange to orange-red purple-spotted flowers

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Lilium philadelphicum is of great interest to local land managers and therefore many populations in this region are closely monitored.
Six polymorphic microsatellite loci previously characterized for this species (Horning, Maloney and Webster, 2003) were amplified from the Lilium philadelphicum samples via Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR).
GENETIC VARIABILITY AND POPULATION DIFFERENTIATION OF LILIUM PHILADELPHICUM
It is possible that pollinators of Lilium philadelphicum have maintained their historical and potentially long-distance dispersal capabilities on this newly urbanized landscape and that these estimates reflect a contemporary level of population differentiation (Wood and Pullin, 2002; Steffan-Dewenter and Westphal, 2008).
It is important to note that historically disturbance was integral in the Tallgrass Prairie and Oak Savanna ecosystems that Lilium philadelphicum inhabits.
Therefore any existing sites, especially larger self- sustaining populations, could serve as in situ germplasm sources that could be used to augment other populations or used to re-introduce Lilium philadelphicum to new or previously occupied sites.
Many individuals provided valuable information about extant Lilium philadelphicum populations included in this study and they are gratefully acknowledged in Horning's Ph.
Reversible anther opening in Lilium philadelphicum (Liliaceae): a possible means of enhancing male fitness.
Isolation and characterization of variable microsatellite loci in Lilium philadelphicum (Liliaceae).