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Fecundity in distylous and self-incompatible homostylous plants of Mitchella repens (Rubiaceae)
Author(s): F. R. Ganders
Publication Type: Note
Article Topic(s): Pollination,Seed increase,Seed collecting
Research Setting(s): Forest,Laboratory
Species Referenced: Mitchella repens (Partridgeberry),
AbstractEvaluates the effects of three different types of flower morphs on the fecundity of Mitchella repens plants in Maryland. All three flower morphs occur in the same population. The plant is pollinated by bumblebees, which visited all three flower morphs.
Suggested CitationF. R. Ganders. "Fecundity in distylous and self-incompatible homostylous plants of Mitchella repens (Rubiaceae)." Evolution 29.1 (1975): 186-188.