Comparative analysis of late floral development and mating-system evolution in tribe Collinsieae (Scrophulariaceae s.l.).

@article{Armbruster2002ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative analysis of late floral development and mating-system evolution in tribe Collinsieae (Scrophulariaceae s.l.).},
  author={W. Scott Armbruster and Christa P. H. Mulder and Bruce G Baldwin and Susan Kalisz and Bridget Wessa and Helen Nute},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2002},
  volume={89 1},
  pages={37-49}
}
Species of Collinsia and Tonella, the two sister genera of self-compatible annuals that constitute tribe Collinsieae, show extensive variation in floral size and morphology and in patterns of stamen and style elongation during the life of the flower (anthesis). We used a nuclear ribosomal ITS phylogeny, independent contrasts, and phylogenetically corrected path analysis to explore the patterns of covariance of the developmental and morphological traits potentially influencing mating system… CONTINUE READING

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