Data from: The differential contributions of herkogamy and dichogamy as mechanisms of avoiding self-interference in four self-incompatible Epimedium species

Xiao-Xia Li, Yuan Zou, Chang-Long Xiao, Robert W. Gituru, You-Hao Guo, Chun-Feng Yang, X.-X. Li, C.-L. Xiao, Y.-H. Guo & C.-F. Yang
Self-interference is one of the most important selective forces in shaping floral evolution. Herkogamy and dichogamy both can achieve reductions in the extent of self-interference, but they may have different roles in minimizing self-interference in a single species. We used four self-incompatible Epimedium species to explore the roles of herkogamy and dichogamy in avoiding self-interference and to test the hypothesis that herkogamy and dichogamy may be separated and become selected preferentially in the taxa. Two...
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