Koa (Acacia koa A. Gray) is a charismatic tree species endemic to Hawaii that plays an important role, socioeconomically, culturally and ecologically in the Hawaiian Islands. Koa forests in Hawaii have been heavily depleted and degraded due to harvesting a...
Hybridization could incorporate traits to native species for surviving detrimental global change. However, to serve as an effective substitute for restoration, hybrids must survive and reproduce in the same distribution as the target species. An ecophysiol...
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