How selfing, inbreeding depression, and pollen limitation impact nuclear-cytoplasmic gynodioecy: a model.

@article{Dornier2013HowSI,
  title={How selfing, inbreeding depression, and pollen limitation impact nuclear-cytoplasmic gynodioecy: a model.},
  author={Antoine Dornier and Mathilde Dufay},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={67 9},
  pages={2674-87}
}
Gynodioecy, the co-occurrence of females and hermaphrodites, is often due to conflicting interactions between cytoplasmic male sterility genes and nuclear restorers. Although gynodioecy often occurs in self-compatible species, the effect of self-pollination, inbreeding depression, and pollen limitation acting differently on females and hermaphrodites… CONTINUE READING