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Selfing in Biological News

A special issue of the International Journal of Plant Sciences

...Spencer Barrett pick up on the theme and review the genomic consequences of selfing and outcrossing and preview future developments in the field, as the wealth... mating systems. In the course of their study, they find that the costs of selfing in polyploids are likely to be dynamic, changing with the age of the polypl...

A genetic identity card for Plasmodium populations to improve control strategies

...rable overall rate of inbreeding, approaching 50%. This high level of inbreeding can be explained by the existence of a process of self-fertilization, selfing (3), combined with a non-random genotypic distribution of parasite oocysts in the mosquito vector guts. The set of data corroborated those acquired in...

Divergent mating systems and parental conflict as a barrier to hybridization in flowering plants

...ization, parental conflict decreases. Consequently, parents from frequently selfing groups should be competitively inferior with respect to this parental conflict. Yaniv Brandvain and David Haig examine crosses between selfing and outcrossing pairs and find that, in most cases, there are pre- and post...
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Self-pollination. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Selfing ) ... Self-pollination is a form of pollination that can occur when a flower has both ... ARTICLES AND SELFING . GRAMMAR GUIDELINES. LANGUAGE DISTINCTIONS. EXPERIENCE DISTINCTIONS ... SELFING AND MARRIAGE....
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