ANIMALS MIX IT UP TOO: THE DISTRIBUTION OF SELF-FERTILIZATION AMONG HERMAPHRODITIC ANIMALS

@inproceedings{Jarne2006ANIMALSMI,
  title={ANIMALS MIX IT UP TOO: THE DISTRIBUTION OF SELF-FERTILIZATION AMONG HERMAPHRODITIC ANIMALS},
  author={P. Jarne and J. R. Auld},
  booktitle={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Excluding insects, hermaphroditism occurs in about one-third of animal species, providing numerous opportunities for the evolution of selfing. Here we provide an overview of reproductive traits in hermaphroditic animal species, review the distribution of selfing rates in animals, and test for ecological correlates of selfing. Our dataset (1342 selfing-rate estimates for 142 species) is 97% based on estimates derived from the analysis of population structure (FIS-estimates) using… Expand
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