Differential performance of reciprocal hybrids in multiple environments

@inproceedings{Kimball2008DifferentialPO,
  title={Differential performance of reciprocal hybrids in multiple environments},
  author={Sarah Kimball and Diane R Campbell and Carrie L. Lessin},
  year={2008}
}
Summary 1. Closely related taxa may be maintained as distinct species by a variety of reproductive isolating mechanisms. These include: inability to produce hybrid offspring, endogenous selection against hybrids in the form of genomic incompatibilities, and exogenous selection observable in genotypeby-environment interactions. To understand the relative importance of these three isolating mechanisms, we performed hand-pollination and reciprocal transplant experiments in a natural plant hybrid… CONTINUE READING

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