From Anthecology
Jump to: navigation, search

  • AID0707080808
  • DOI10.3732/ajb.93.1.142
REFERENCES (from publication)
GREN, J. 1996. Population size, pollinator limitation, and seed set in the

self-incompatible herb Lythrum salicaria. Ecology 77: 1779–1790. A° GREN, J., AND L. ERICSON. 1996. Population structure and morph-specific fitness differences in tristylous Lythrum salicaria. Evolution 50: 126– 139. AIGNER, P. A. 2004. Floral specialization without trade-offs: optimal corolla flare in contrasting pollination environments. Ecology 85: 2560–2569. ARROYO, J., AND A. DAFNI. 1995. Variations in habitat, season, flower traits and pollinators in dimorphic Narcissus tazzeta L. (Amaryllidaceae) in Israel. New Phytologist 129: 135–145. BARRETT, S. C. H., AND D. E. GLOVER. 1985. On the Darwinian hypothesis of the adaptive significance of tristyly. Evolution 39: 766–774. BARRETT, S. C. H., L. D. HARDER, AND W. W. COLE. 1994. Effects of flower number and position on self-fertilization in experimental populations of Eichhornia paniculata (Pontederiaceae). Functional Ecology 8: 526–535. BARRETT, S. C. H., L. D. HARDER, AND W. W. COLE. 2004. Correlated evolution of floral morphology and mating-type frequencies in a sexually polymorphic plant. Evolution 58: 964–975. CAMPBELL, D. R. 1991. Effects of floral traits on sequential components of fitness in Ipomopsis aggregata. American Naturalist 137: 713–737. CAMPBELL, D. R., N. M. WASER, AND M. V. PRICE. 1996. Mechanisms of hummingbird-mediated selection for flower width in Ipomopsis aggregata. Ecology 77: 1463–1472. CESARO, A. C., S. C. H. BARRETT, S. MAURICE, B. E. VAISSIERE, AND J. D. THOMPSON. 2004. An experimental evaluation of self-interference in Narcissus assoanus: functional and evolutionary implications. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1367–1376. CRESSWELL, J. E. 2000. Manipulation of female architecture of flowers reveals a narrow optimum for pollen deposition. Ecology 81: 3244–3249. DARWIN, C. 1877. The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species. Murray, London, UK. DE JONG, T. J., N. M. WASER, AND P. G. L. KLINKHAMER. 1993. Geitonogamy: the neglected side of selfing. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8: 321–325. DULBERGER, R. 1992. Floral polymorphisms and their functional significance in the heterostylous syndrome. In S. C. H. Barrett [ed.], Evolution and function of heterostyly, 41–84. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany. ELLE, E., AND J. D. HARE. 2002. Environmentally induced variation in floral traits affects the mating system in Datura wrightii. Functional Ecology 16: 79–88. GALEN, C., AND J. CUBA. 2001. Down the tube: pollinators, predators, and the evolution of flower shape in the alpine skypilot, Polemonium viscosum. Evolution 55: 1963–1971. GANDERS, F. R. 1974. Disassortative pollination in the distylous plant Jepsonia heterandra. Canadian Journal of Botany 52: 2401–2406. GANDERS, F. R. 1979. The biology of heterostyly. New Zealand Journal of Botany 17: 607–635. HARDER, L. D., AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 1993. Pollen removal from tristylous Pontederia cordata: effects of anther position and pollinator specialization. Ecology 74: 1059–1072. HOLM, S. 1979. A simple sequentially rejective multiple test procedure. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 6: 65–70. HULTE´N, E., AND M. FRIES. 1986. Atlas of north European vascular plants north of the Tropic of Cancer, I–III. Koeltz, Ko¨nigstein, Germany. JOHNSTON, M. O. 1991. Natural selection on floral traits in two species of Lobelia with different pollinators. Evolution 45: 1468–1479. KARRON, J. D., R. T. JACKSON, N. N. THUMSER, AND S. L. SCHLICHT. 1997. Outcrossing rates of individual Mimulus ringens genets are correlated with stigma–anther distance. Heredity 79: 365–370. KARRON, J. D., R. J. MITCHELL, K. G. HOLMQUIST, J. M. BELL, AND B. FUNK. 2004. The influence of floral display size on selfing rates in Mimulus ringens. Heredity 92: 242–248. KOHN, J. R., AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 1992. Experimental studies on the functional significance of heterostyly. Evolution 46: 43–55. LITTELL, R. C., G. A. MILLIKEN, W. W. STROUP, AND R. D. WOLFINGER. 1996. SAS system for mixed models. SAS Institute, Cary, North Carolina, USA. MAL, T. K., J. LOVETT-DOUST, AND L. LOVETT-DOUST. 1999. Maternal and paternal success among flower morphs in tristylous Lythrum salicaria. Aquatic Botany 63: 229–239. MEDRANO, M., C. M. HERRERA, AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 2005. Herkogamy and mating patterns in the self-compatible daffodil Narcissus longispathus. Annals of Botany 95: 1105–1111. MOTTEN, A. F., AND J. L. STONE. 2000. Heritability of stigma position and the effect of stigma–anther separation on outcrossing in a predominantly self-fertilizing weed, Datura stramonium (Solanaceae). American Journal of Botany 87: 339–347. NILSSON, L. A. 1988. The evolution of flowers with deep corolla tubes. Nature 334: 147–149. NISHIHIRO, J., I. WASHITANI, J. D. THOMSON, AND B. A. THOMSON. 2000. Patterns and consequences of stigma height variation in a natural population of a distylous plant, Primula sieboldii. Functional Ecology 14: 502–512. O’NEIL, P. 1992. Variation in male and female reproductive success among floral morphs in the tristylous plant Lythrum salicaria (Lythraceae). American Journal of Botany 79: 1024–1030. O’NEIL, P. 1994. Genetic incompatibility and offspring quality in the tristylous plant Lythrum salicaria (Lythraceae). American Journal of Botany 81: 76–84. ORNDUFF, R. 1975. Heterostyly and pollen flow in Hypericum aegypticum (Guttiferae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 71: 51–57. ORNELAS, J. F., L. JIME´ NEZ, C. GONZA´ LEZ, AND A. HERNA´ NDEZ. 2004. Reproductive ecology of distylous Palicourea padifolia (Rubiaceae) in a tropical montane cloud forest. I. Hummingbirds’ effectiveness as pollen vectors. American Journal of Botany 91: 1052–1060. PAILLER, T., S. MAURICE, AND J. D. THOMPSON. 2002. Pollen transfer patterns in a distylous plant with overlapping pollen-size distributions. Oikos 99: 308–316. SAS. 2002. SAS version 9.1 for Windows. SAS Institute, Cary, North Carolina, USA. SCHEMSKE, D. W., AND J. A° GREN. 1995. Deceit pollination and selection on female flower size in Begonia involucrata: an experimental approach. Evolution 49: 207–214. SCRIBAILO, R. W., AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 1994. Effects of prior self-pollination on outcrossed seed set in tristylous Pontederia sagittata (Pontederiaceae). Sexual Plant Reproduction 7: 273–281. SHORE, J. S., AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 1984. The effect of pollination intensity and incompatible pollen on seed set in Turnera ulmiflora (Turneraceae). Canadian Journal of Botany 62: 1298–1303. THOMPSON, D. O., R. L. STUCKEY, AND E. B. THOMPSON. 1987. Spread impact and control of purple loosestrife Lythrum salicaria in North American wetlands. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Fish and Wildlife Research 2: 1–55. WAITES, A. R., AND J. A° GREN. 2004. Pollinator visitation, stigmatic pollen loads and among-population variation in seed set in Lythrum salicaria. Journal of Ecology 92: 512–526. WOLFE, L. M., AND S. C. H. BARRETT. 1989. Patterns of pollen removal and deposition in tristylous Pontederia cordata L. (Pontederiaceae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 36: 317–329. ZAR, J. H. 1984. Biostatistical analysis, 2nd ed. Prentice-Hall, Englewood

Cliffs, New Jersey, USA.

Navigation menu