O father where art thou? Paternity analyses in a natural population of the haploid–diploid seaweed Chondrus crispus

@article{KruegerHadfield2015OFW,
  title={O father where art thou? Paternity analyses in a natural population of the haploid–diploid seaweed Chondrus crispus},
  author={Stacy A Krueger-Hadfield and Denis Roze and Juan Alberto Arag{\'o}n Correa and Christophe Destombe and Myriam Valero},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={2015},
  volume={114},
  pages={185-194}
}
The link between life history traits and mating systems in diploid organisms has been extensively addressed in the literature, whereas the degree of selfing and/or inbreeding in natural populations of haploid–diploid organisms, in which haploid gametophytes alternate with diploid sporophytes, has been rarely measured. Dioecy has often been used as a proxy for the mating system in these organisms. Yet, dioecy does not prevent the fusion of gametes from male and female gametophytes originating… CONTINUE READING
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