The role of hybridization in evolution: old wine in new skins

@article{Rieseberg1995TheRO,
  title={The role of hybridization in evolution: old wine in new skins},
  author={L. Rieseberg},
  journal={American Journal of Botany},
  year={1995},
  volume={82},
  pages={944-953}
}
Perhaps no one has had a greater influence on the development ofhybridization theory than Dr. Ledyard Stebbins. However, his contributions have not been restricted to his writings or lectures alone. Many of you have marveled at the great authority with which Dr. Stebbins identified the hybrid status, parentage, and ploidal level of plants in the field or on herbarium sheets. He didn't seem to need all the modem techniques that the current generation of botanists is both blessed and burdened… Expand

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