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B REEDING SYSTEM OF L INUM RIGIDUM AND EFFECT OF HETEROSPECIFIC POLLEN FROM INTRODUCED E UPHORBIA ESULA

@inproceedings{Montgomery2015BRS,
  title={B REEDING SYSTEM OF L INUM RIGIDUM AND EFFECT OF HETEROSPECIFIC POLLEN FROM INTRODUCED E UPHORBIA ESULA},
  author={B. R. Montgomery and Caleb W. Phillips},
  year={2015}
}
This study investigates the reproductive biology of, and effect of heterospecific pollen from introduced Euphorbia esula on, Linum rigidum, an annual plant native to western and central North America. Breeding-system studies revealed that L. rigidum is self-compatible, with similar pollination success, fruit set and seed set for flowers pollinated with self or outcrossed pollen. Untreated flowers not exposed to pollinators set seed, albeit at a lower rate than hand-pollinated flowers… Expand

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