Reproduction inCampanula afra (Campanulaceae): Mating system and the role of the pollen collecting hairs

@article{Nyman1992ReproductionIA,
  title={Reproduction inCampanula afra (Campanulaceae): Mating system and the role of the pollen collecting hairs},
  author={Yvonne Nyman},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={1992},
  volume={183},
  pages={33-41}
}
The aim of the present investigation is to compare two geographically well separated populations ofC. afra with different mating systems with emphasis on (1) factors controlling the length of the male phase with special attention paid on the pollen collecting hairs, (2) crossing ability among populations with different mating systems; shouldC. afra be regarded as one or several species?, and (3) correlations between pollen germinability and mating system; how does pollen germinability vary with… CONTINUE READING

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