Zhi-Min Li

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The floral traits of bisexual flowers may evolve in response to selection on both male and female functions, but the relative importance of selection associated with each of these two aspects is poorly resolved. Sexually dimorphic traits in plants with unisexual flowers may reflect gender-specific selection, providing opportunities for gaining an increased(More)
The adaptations of alpine plants that enable them to survive in extreme environments are hotly debated. Floral traits are likely important since they are usually considered as evolutionary adaptations to pollinators, and thus to play a key role in the reproductive success of plants. In the subnival belt of the Hengduan Mountains (a globally important(More)
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