EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF INBREEDING ON PROGENY FITNESS IN PLANTAGO CORONOPUS

@article{Koelewijn1998EFFECTSOD,
  title={EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF INBREEDING ON PROGENY FITNESS IN PLANTAGO CORONOPUS},
  author={H. Koelewijn},
  journal={Evolution},
  year={1998},
  volume={52}
}
Inbreeding depression (δ) is a major selective force favoring outcrossing in flowering plants. Many phenotypic and genetic models of the evolution of selfing conclude that complete outcrossing should evolve whenever inbreeding depression is greater than one‐half, otherwise selfing should evolve. Recent theoretical work, however, has challenged this view and emphasized (1) the importance of variation in inbreeding depression among individuals within a population; and (2) the nature of gene… Expand
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