October 24, 2019

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    Unravelling the genetic makeup of hybrid meadow knapweed populations in North America

    Hybridization is thought to be a primary trigger of plant invasions, due to short term hybrid vigour of early generations or increased evolutionary potential in later generations. Yet despite widespread appreciation of the link between hybridization and invasion, few studies have actually tested whether hybridization during invasion reflects short-term vs. advanced generations of introgression. One […] More