Using genetic markers to directly estimate gene flow and reproductive success parameters in plants on the basis of naturally regenerated seedlings.

@article{Burczyk2006UsingGM,
  title={Using genetic markers to directly estimate gene flow and reproductive success parameters in plants on the basis of naturally regenerated seedlings.},
  author={Jaroslaw Burczyk and William T. Adams and David S. Birkes and Igor J Chybicki},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={173 1},
  pages={363-72}
}
Estimating seed and pollen gene flow in plants on the basis of samples of naturally regenerated seedlings can provide much needed information about "realized gene flow," but seems to be one of the greatest challenges in plant population biology. Traditional parentage methods, because of their inability to discriminate between male and female parentage of seedlings, unless supported by uniparentally inherited markers, are not capable of precisely describing seed and pollen aspects of gene flow… CONTINUE READING
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