Asymmetry in fitness-related traits of later-generation hybrids between two invasive species

Mohsen Mesgaran, Chengjun Li & Sara Ohadi
Premise: Most studies on the importance of hybridisation to invasions have focused on the comparison of fitness-related traits between F1 hybrids and their parents whilst different fitness landscapes could emerge in later generations after hybrids cross with each other (i.e. F2) or backcross with their parents. Methods: In this study, artificial crosses were conducted to generate F1, F2 and backcrosses between two invasive species: Cakile edentula (self-compatible) and Cakile maritima (self-incompatible). Putative hybrids were also...
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