Functional androdioecy in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata

@article{Listen1990FunctionalAI,
  title={Functional androdioecy in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata},
  author={Aaron Listen and Loren H. Rieseberg and Thomas S. Elias},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1990},
  volume={343},
  pages={641-642}
}
THE role of androdioecy (the presence of male and hermaphrodite individuals in a breeding population) in the evolution of dioecy has long been the subject of much interest and discussion1–9. But no functionally androdioecious species has been previously documented2 and recent studies have even raised doubt about whether the phenomenon exists at all3. Although many cases of androdioecy have been reported, most of these are based on morphological data alone and, when examined in detail, are… CONTINUE READING

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