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Physiological integration of connected balsam poplar ramets

Soil heterogeneity affects ramet placement of Hydrocotyle vulgaris

The Radical Right in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989, Sabrina P. Ramet

Hydraulic conductivity and PAT determine hierarchical resource partitioning and ramet development along Fragaria stolons

Sabrina P. Ramet, Albert Simkus, and Ola Listhaug, editors. Civic and Uncivic Values in Kosovo: History, Politics, and Value Transformation.

Dynamics of distribution and performance of ramets constructing genets: a demographic–genetic study in a clonal plant, Convallaria keiskei

Soil nutrient patchiness affects nutrient use efficiency, though not photosynthesis and growth of parental Glechoma longituba ramets: both patch contrast and direction matter

Using Leaf-mark Material to Monitor the Morphology of White Clover (Trifolium repens L.) at the Clone and Ramet Level in Grazed Swards

Using Leaf-mark Material to Monitor the Morphology of White Clover (Trifolium repens L.) at the Clone and Ramet Level in Grazed Swards

The direction of carbon and nitrogen fluxes between ramets in Agrostis stolonifera changes during ontogeny under simulated competition for light

Gender Reversals and Gender Cultures: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives. Edited by Sabrina Petra Ramet (New York: Routledge, 1996. xiii plus 231pp. $65.00/cloth $18.95/paperback)

Whose Democracy? Nationalism, Religion, and the Doctrine of Collective Rights in Post-Soviet Eastern Europe. By Sabrina P. Ramet. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 1997. 231 pp. np.

 

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Buds that can detach from a plant or animal and result in the asexual production of offspring genetically identical to each other and the parent. Ramets can also refer to the specific offspring produced by asexual budding from a single ancestral organism (the ortet). See modular organisms.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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