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The Scale of Population Structure in Arabidopsis thaliana
The population structure of an organism reflects its evolutionary history and influences its evolutionary trajectory. It constrains the combination of genetic diversity and reveals patterns of pastExpand
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Population Size, Pollinator Limitation, and Seed Set in the Self‐ Incompatible Herb Lythrum Salicaria
In reward-producing animal-pollinated plants, small populations are likely to be less attractive to pollinators than large populations. The likelihood of pollinator limitation of seed productionExpand
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Rapid Regulation of Light Harvesting and Plant Fitness in the Field
We used Arabidopsis thaliana mutants to examine how a photosynthetic regulatory process, the qE-type or ΔpH-dependent nonphotochemical quenching, hereafter named feedback de-excitation, influencesExpand
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POLLINATION SUCCESS IN A DECEPTIVE ORCHID IS ENHANCED BY CO-OCCURRING REWARDING MAGNET PLANTS
It has been debated whether pollination success in nonrewarding plants that flower in association with nectar-producing plants will be diminished by competition for pollinator visits or,Expand
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Sexual Dimorphism and Biotic Interactions
In the last decade, an increasing number of studies have suggested that males and females of dioecious plants may be differentially affected by competition, herbivory, and parasitism. In dioeciousExpand
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Reciprocal transplants demonstrate strong adaptive differentiation of the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana in its native range.
To quantify adaptive differentiation in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, we conducted reciprocal transplant experiments for five years between two European populations, one near the northernExpand
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Latitudinal population differentiation in phenology, life history and flower morphology in the perennial herb Lythrum salicaria
Abstract In plants with a wide distribution, phenological characters can be expected to vary clinally along climatic gradients, whereas other characters important for adaptation to local biotic andExpand
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Genetic mapping of adaptation reveals fitness tradeoffs in Arabidopsis thaliana
Significance Adaptation to local environmental conditions is common, but the genetic mechanisms of adaptation are poorly known. We produced recombinant inbred lines (RILs) of the model plantExpand
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OUTCROSSING RATE AND INBREEDING DEPRESSION IN TWO ANNUAL MONOECIOUS HERBS, BEGONIA HIRSUTA AND B. SEMIOVATA
Most models of mating‐system evolution predict inbreeding depression to be low in inbred populations due to the purging of deleterious recessive alleles. This paper presents estimates of outcrossingExpand
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Associational resistance: insect damage to purple loosestrife reduced in thickets of sweet gale.
Associational resistance occurs when herbivore damage to a focal plant is reduced by the presence of other plant species. Neighboring plants can reduce herbivore damage (1) by their effects on theExpand
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