Among-population pollen movement and skewed male fitness in a dioecious weed
Dioecious plant species are presented with the challenge of needing both males and females to be present to ensure seed production and self-sustaining populations. In this situation the contribution of pollen from outside sources to mating events may become reproductively important. Salix cinerea (willow) is used as an ecological model for investigating the importance of inter-population pollen movement for the local reproductive dynamics of a dioecious environmental weed using...[Show more]
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