Whole- and Part-flower Self-pollination in Glycine Clandestina and G. Argyrea and the Evolution of Autogamy.

@article{Schn1991WholeAP,
  title={Whole- and Part-flower Self-pollination in Glycine Clandestina and G. Argyrea and the Evolution of Autogamy.},
  author={Daniel Sch{\"o}n and Anthony H. D. Brown},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={1991},
  volume={45 7},
  pages={1651-1664}
}
The overall rate of self-fertilization can be viewed as the sum of two distinct processes: 1) self-pollination of all ovules in a flower (whole-flower self-pollination); and 2) self-pollination of some of the ovules in a flower, occurring together with outcrossing of the remaining ovules (part-flower self-pollination). In some situations these processes may be equated with different modes of self-pollination. A model of the mating system in which the progeny of separate fruits serve as the unit… CONTINUE READING
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