M. Mogie

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In gynodioecious populations of flowering plants females and hermaphrodites coexist. Gynodioecy is widespread and occurs in both asexual and sexual species but does not admit a satisfactory explanation from classical sex ratio theory. In sexual populations male fertility restoring genes have evolved to counter non-nuclear male sterility mutations. In(More)
Estimates of leaf size and asymmetry for individual trees are often obtained using sample sizes that are too small to take into account the possibility that size and asymmetry may be affected by the position of the leaf on the tree. This issue was addressed by exploring variation in leaf size and asymmetry within an individual of Alder (Alnus glutinosa). We(More)
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