Data from: Strategies for a successful plant invasion: the reproduction of Phragmites australis in northeastern North America

Arnaud Albert, Jacques Brisson, François Belzile, Julie Turgeon & Claude Lavoie
1. Knowing the relative contribution of vegetative propagation and sexual reproduction to the dispersal and establishment of exotic plants is crucial for devising efficient control strategies. This is particularly true for the common reed (Phragmites australis), one of the most invasive species in North America. 2. For the first time we combined in situ field observations and genetic evidence, based on two genotyping techniques, i.e., microsatellite markers (SSR) and genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS), to determine the propagation...
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