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Geographic range size is predicted by plant mating system

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Jan 5, 2015

Dena L GrossenbacherYaniv Brandvain

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Species' geographic ranges vary enormously, and even closest relatives may differ in range size by several orders of magnitude. With data from hundreds of species spanning 20 genera in 15 families, we show that plant species that autonomously reproduce via self-pollination consistently ...read more

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EAF2 gene
Size
Fertility
Genus
Polyploidy
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Pollination
Reproduction
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  • Geographic range size is predicted by plant mating system

    bioRxiv

    Jan 5, 2015

    Dena L GrossenbacherYaniv Brandvain

    PMID: 990013417

    DOI: 10.1101/013417

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    Species' geographic ranges vary enormously, and even closest relatives may differ in range size by several orders of magnitude. With data from hundreds of species spanning 20 genera in 15 families, we show that plant species that autonomously reproduce via self-pollination consistently ...read more

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    28
    2
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