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American Journal of Botany, ISSN 0002-9122, 09/2019, Volume 106, Issue 9, pp. 1240 - 1247
Premise Hermaphroditic plants commonly reproduce through a mixture of selfing and outcrossing. The degree to which outcrossing rates reflect the availability... 
mixed mating | reproductive assurance | Campanula americana | mating system | self‐fertilization | pollen limitation | polyploid | geographic range | pollinators | Campanulastrum americanum | Plants (botany) | Plant reproduction | Populations | Population number | Pollination | Mating | Androgyny | Hermaphroditism | Flowering | Environment | Pollen | Autonomy | Variation | Population density
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American Journal of Botany, ISSN 0002-9122, 06/2017, Volume 104, Issue 6, p. 817
PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Direct tests of a species distribution model (SDM) were used to evaluate the hypothesis that the northern and southern edges of Mimulus... 
Temperature distribution | Temperature | Plant biology | Rainfall | Flowers | Weather stations | Nonnative species | Gardens & gardening | Weather | Precipitation | Temperature effects | Dispersal | Predictions | Growth chambers | Mathematical models | Adaptation | Chambers
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Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 05/2011, Volume 65, Issue 5, p. 1511
  Baker's Law states that selfing should commonly be selected during dispersal because bottlenecks during colonization limit the availability of mates.... 
Plant reproduction | Dispersal | Evolution
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American Journal of Botany, ISSN 0002-9122, 03/2016, Volume 103, Issue 3, p. 484
  Pollen on a stigma represents a local population of male gametophytes vying for access to female gametophytes in the associated ovary. As in most... 
Plant reproduction | Germination | Ecology | Pollen | Males
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Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 05/2015, Volume 69, Issue 5, p. 1191
  Character displacement is a potentially important process driving trait evolution and species diversification. Floral traits may experience character... 
Plant reproduction | Genotype & phenotype | Evolutionary biology | Flowers & plants | Hybridization | Polymorphism
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American Journal of Botany, ISSN 0002-9122, 07/2015, Volume 102, Issue 7, p. 1174
  Sexual reproduction often requires more energy and time than clonal reproduction. In marginal arctic conditions, species that can reproduce both sexually and... 
Plant reproduction | Correlation analysis | Dispersal | Botany | Genetics | Flowers & plants | Environmental conditions
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Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 2006, Volume 60, Issue 1, pp. 184 - 191
Abstract Mildly deleterious mutations are thought to play a major role in the extinction of natural populations, especially those that are small, isolated, or... 
extinction | local drift load | fitness | genetic drift | inbreeding | mutational meltdown | Deleterious mutation | Genetic drift | Extinction | Mutational meltdown | Inbreeding | Local drift load | Fitness
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