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The effect of habitat on parental and hybrid fitness: Transplant experiments with Louisiana irises
Author(s): S. K. Emms, M. L. Arnold
Article Topic(s): Ecotype,Provenance,Genetics,Light,Nutrients
Research Setting(s): Wetland
Species Referenced: Iris hexagona (Dixie iris),
AbstractTests three models of hybrid zone structure through transplant experiments of Iris hexagona and I. fulva in Louisiana. Overall, I. hexagona performed better at I. hexagona and hybrid sites than at I. fulva sites.
Suggested CitationS. K. Emms, and M. L. Arnold. "The effect of habitat on parental and hybrid fitness: Transplant experiments with Louisiana irises." Evolution 51.4 (1997): 1112-1119.