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No association between plant mating system & geographic range overlap

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Mar 9, 2015

Dena L GrossenbacherYaniv Brandvain

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Premise of the Study: Automatic self-fertilization may influence the geography of speciation, promote reproductive isolation between incipient species, and lead to ecological differentiation. As such, selfing taxa are predicted to co-occur more often with their closest relatives than ar...read more

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Angiosperms
Species
Study
Patterns
Cell Differentiation Process
Case-Control Studies
Pollination
Self-Fertilization
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  • No association between plant mating system & geographic range overlap

    bioRxiv

    Mar 9, 2015

    Dena L GrossenbacherYaniv Brandvain

    PMID: 990016261

    DOI: 10.1101/016261

    Abstract

    Premise of the Study: Automatic self-fertilization may influence the geography of speciation, promote reproductive isolation between incipient species, and lead to ecological differentiation. As such, selfing taxa are predicted to co-occur more often with their closest relatives than ar...read more

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    Angiosperms
    Species
    Study
    Patterns
    Cell Differentiation Process
    16
    18

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