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639Architectural effects, positional segregation,and the evolution of diverse sexual systems
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsDiggle, Pamela.
652Blowing in the wind: selective factors in the evolution of sexual dimorphism in Schiedea
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsSakai, Ann; Weller, Stephen; Culley, Theresa; Campbell, Diane.mating systems
Schiedea
sexual dimorphism
wind pollination
gynodioecy
Dioecy
quantitative genetics
566Ecological consequences and evolutionary responses tomembership in diverse flowering communities
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsAshman, Tia-Lynn.pollination
flowering
reproduction
selection
34Ecological interactions affecting the evolution of plant mating systems: Current research and future directions
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsKariyat, Rupesh; Sinclair, Jordan.selfing
out crossing
plant mating systems
herbivory
biotic and abiotic stress
Evolution
611Human impacts on pollination, repoduction, mating systems and inbreeding in tropical trees
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsQuesada, Mauricio; Lobo, Jorge; Rosas, Fernando; Herrerias-Diego, Yvonne; Fuchs, Eric.mating systems
plant reproduction
inbreeding
forest fragmentation
tropical trees
pollination
111Interrelationships among inbreeding, the inducible defense system, and herbivory in horsenettle (Solanum carolinense)
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsStephenson, Andrew; Kariyat, Rupesh; Mena-Ali, Jorge; De Moraes, Consuelo; Mescher, Mark.inbreeding depression
Herbivory
resistance
Solanum carolinense
inducible defenses
Manduca sexta
chemical defenses
organic volatile compounds
mating system
452Sexual Development and Hormones: Plants Respond, Too
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsGolenberg, Edward M.; West, Nicholas.floral development
plant mating systems
456The Evolution of Dioecy: The Interactions of Inbreeding, Compensation and Specialization
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsFreeman, Carl; Sinclair, Jordan.dioecy
Specialization
Compensation
inbreeding
967The interacting evolutionary consequences of mating systems and hybridization
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Ecological interactions affecting the evolutionof plant mating systems: Current research and future directionsGoodwillie, Carol.hybridization
plant mating systems
reproductive isolation

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