BREEDING SYSTEMS AND THE EVOLUTION OF DIOECY IN NEW ZEALAND APIOID UMBELLIFERAE.

@article{Webb1979BREEDINGSA,
  title={BREEDING SYSTEMS AND THE EVOLUTION OF DIOECY IN NEW ZEALAND APIOID UMBELLIFERAE.},
  author={C J Webb},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={1979},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={
          662-672
        }
}
Darwin (1877) restricted Linnaeus' term polygamous to species with hermaphrodite, male, and female plants or hermaphrodite, male, and female flowers on a single plant, and termed as gynodioecious species which have two forms of plant, hermaphrodites and females. Recent work on those angiosperm breeding systems involving two, sometimes variable, sex forms emphasizes the value of a functional rather than a morphological approach to their definition (Vaarama and Jiiiiskelainen, 1967; Connor, 1974… CONTINUE READING

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