GENETICS AND MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION IN PLANTS

@inproceedings{Gottlieb1984GENETICSAM,
  title={GENETICS AND MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION IN PLANTS},
  author={Leslie D. Gottlieb},
  year={1984}
}
The genetic basis of differences in morphology within and between flowering plant species is reviewed in order to elucidate how many genetic changes are responsible for the evolution of new characters. Two broad morphological categories are evident. Differences in structure, shape, orientation, and presence versus absence are frequently discrete and appear to be governed by one or two genes. Differences in dimensions, weight, and number usually exhibit continuous variation and are influenced by… CONTINUE READING

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