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- Benevides, Cristine Rodrigues; Rodarte, Ana Tereza Araújo; de Lima, Heloisa Alves
- Revista brasileira de botânica 2015 v.38 no.3 pp. 585-595
- sex allocation, etc ; coastal plains; dioecy; female plants; flowering; males; morphs; phenology; photoperiod; phylogeny; pollen; pollination; pollinators; reproductive success; temperature; tropics; vegetation; Brazil; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Dioecious species are dependent on pollen vectors for sexual reproductive success. Male and female plants can express different blooming strategies, which respectively favour pollen donation and reception. This study characterised the flowering phenology of ten dioecious species, with different floral resources and pollination systems. The study focused on an area of sandy coastal plain in southea ...
- Hersh, E.; Madjidian, J. A.; Andersson, S.; Strandh, M.; Armbruster, W. S.; Lankinen, Å.
- Journal of evolutionary biology 2015 v.28 no.7 pp. 1321-1334
- sex allocation, etc ; Plantaginaceae; developmental stages; females; flowers; greenhouses; hermaphroditism; males; mating systems; outcrossing; pistil; pollen; pollination; population; seed set; seeds; stigma; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Sexual conflicts and their evolutionary outcomes may be influenced by population‐specific features such as mating system and ecological context; however, very few studies have investigated the link between sexual conflict and mating system. The self‐compatible, mixed‐mating hermaphrodite Collinsia heterophylla (Plantaginaceae) is thought to exhibit a sexual conflict over timing of stigma receptivi ...