Plant contributions to our understanding of sex chromosome evolution.

Abstract

A minority of angiosperms have male and female flowers separated in distinct individuals (dioecy), and most dioecious plants do not have cytologically different (heteromorphic) sex chromosomes. Plants nevertheless have several advantages for the study of sex chromosome evolution, as genetic sex determination has evolved repeatedly and is often absent in… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/nph.13497

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