Inbreeding depression under mixed outcrossing, self-fertilization and sib-mating

@article{Porcher2016InbreedingDU,
  title={Inbreeding depression under mixed outcrossing, self-fertilization and sib-mating},
  author={Emmanuelle Porcher and Russell Lande},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={1-14}
}
BackgroundBiparental inbreeding, mating between two relatives, occurs at a low frequency in many natural plant populations, which also often have substantial rates of self-fertilization. Although biparental inbreeding is likely to influence the dynamics of inbreeding depression and the evolution of selfing rates, it has received limited theoretical attention in comparison to selfing. The only previous model suggested that biparental inbreeding can favour the maintenance of stable intermediate… CONTINUE READING
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