Does hybridization drive the transition to asexuality in diploid Boechera?

@article{Beck2012DoesHD,
  title={Does hybridization drive the transition to asexuality in diploid Boechera?},
  author={James B. Beck and Patrick J. Alexander and Loreen Allphin and Ihsan I. A. Al-Shehbaz and Catherine Rushworth and C. Donovan Bailey and Michael D. Windham},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2012},
  volume={66 4},
  pages={985-95}
}
Gametophytic apomixis is a common form of asexual reproduction in plants. Virtually all gametophytic apomicts are polyploids, and some view polyploidy as a prerequisite for the transition to apomixis. However, any causal link between apomixis and polyploidy is complicated by the fact that most apomictic polyploids are allopolyploids, leading some to speculate that hybridization, rather than polyploidy, enables apomixis. Diploid apomixis presents a rare opportunity to isolate the role of… CONTINUE READING
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