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RESEARCH LITERATURE

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Mating system variation in hybridizing irises: effects of phenology and floral densities on family outcrossing rates

Author(s): M. B. Cruzan, J. L. Hamrick, M. L. Arnold, B. D. Bennett

Year: 1994

Volume: 72
Pages: 95-105

Article Topic(s): Genetics,Phenology,Seed collecting
Research Setting(s): Wetland

Species Referenced: Iris hexagona (Dixie iris),

Abstract

Estimates the frequency of outcrossing in Iris hexagona and I. fulva. Outcrossing rate estimates were relatively high for populations of both species. In I. hexagona, seeds resulting from self-pollination when more flowers were open on the same plant rather than other plants.

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M. B. Cruzan, J. L. Hamrick, M. L. Arnold, and B. D. Bennett. "Mating system variation in hybridizing irises: effects of phenology and floral densities on family outcrossing rates." Heredity 72 (1994): 95-105.

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ISSN: 0018-067X
DOI: 10.1038/hdy.1994.12

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