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Honeybees much less effective than native pollinators for Lepechinia floribunda

It's not just a matter of number of visits, a pollinator has to arrive at the right time too.

How does mixed mating persist, when self-pollination ensures a plant won’t reproduce?

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.

Complete outcrossing in a monoecious clonal seagrass

A study of clonal structure, mating system and pollen dispersal in two seagrass meadows of Posidonia australis with contrasting environmental conditions.

Outcrossing rate of clonal Comarum palustre

Genetic diversity, and the effect of clone distribution, structure and size on the mating of bee-pollinated marsh cinquefoil, Comarum palustre (Rosaceae)

Gene dispersal in wild carrot populations

How far can a gene disperse? Historical and contemporary gene dispersal can be estimated from spatial genetic structure and paternity analysis, and Rong et...

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