Sex allocation, pollen limitation and masting in whitebark pine

@inproceedings{Rapp2013SexAP,
  title={Sex allocation, pollen limitation and masting in whitebark pine},
  author={Joshua Rapp and Eliot Jonathan Benet McIntire and Elizabeth E. Crone},
  year={2013}
}
1. Masting, the synchronous and episodic production of seed crops, is thought to benefit plant reproductive success through positive density-dependent effects on pollination, dispersal and seed survival. Of these, only increased pollination efficiency in mast years can be a proximate mechanism for masting by synchronizing reproductive effort across individuals through pollen coupling. 2. Increased pollination efficiency requires synchronous investment in male and female function during mast… CONTINUE READING
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