Mating system variation and assortative mating of sympatric bromeliads (Pitcairnia spp.) endemic to neotropical inselbergs.

@article{PalmaSilva2015MatingSV,
  title={Mating system variation and assortative mating of sympatric bromeliads (Pitcairnia spp.) endemic to neotropical inselbergs.},
  author={C Palma-Silva and Salvatore Cozzolino and Gecele Matos Paggi and Christian Lexer and T{\^a}nia Wendt},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={2015},
  volume={102 5},
  pages={758-64}
}
PREMISE OF THE STUDY The mating system is an important component of the complex set of reproductive isolation barriers causing plant speciation. However, empirical evidence showing that the mating system may promote reproductive isolation in co-occurring species is limited. The mechanisms by which the mating system can act as a reproductive isolation barrier are also largely unknown. METHODS Here we studied progeny arrays genotyped with microsatellites and patterns of stigma-anther separation… CONTINUE READING
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