How do differences in flowering time influence gene flow in populations of a biennial plant species?
Being a seed from self-pollination guarantees failure in Eucalyptus regnans. Yet despite this, new research shows a mixed-mating system. including selfing, is evolutionarily stable.
The wide distribution of the most common chloroplast haplotype agrees with an early dispersal of manioc across Brazilian Amazonia.
Divergent selection may have driven the calyx lobe length variation in series Sakawanum taxa, although the underlying mechanism is still not clear.
Population structure analysis reveals the existence of two ancient gene pools that have contributed to the current diversity of Old World date palm.
Results show that most pollen dispersal in subsp. axillaris occurs within populations and there is a high proportion of inbreeding.
Parker et al. test whether formerly cultivated Agave parryi populations still bear a predictable genetic and morphological signature.
A potential role of hybridization in the recent diversification history of the Malagasy baobabs.