Gynodioecy in Plantago lanceolata L. III. Sexual reproduction and the maintenance of male steriles1

  title={Gynodioecy in Plantago lanceolata L. III. Sexual reproduction and the maintenance of male steriles1},
  author={Jos M. M. van Damme},
SummaryThe importance of the reproductive part of the life cycle for the maintenance of the gynodioecious breeding system in Plantago lanceolata has been studied. Two male sterility types (MS1, MS2), the corresponding partial male sterility types or intermediates (IN1, IN2) and hermaphrodites (H) have been compared in four populations for seed production (ovule production [ ] female fertility) and weight per seed. MS1 plants produce more and heavier seeds than hermaphrodites. MS2 produces more… CONTINUE READING


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