Data from: Effects of pollination intensity on offspring number and quality in a wind-pollinated herb

Anne-Marie Labouche, Shane A. Richards & John R. Pannell
Low pollination intensity may cause low seed set in plant populations and is thought to be responsible for evolutionary transitions from outcrossing to selfing, or from animal to wind pollination. Variation in pollination intensity may also affect seed quality both through its influence on the degree of pollen competition (with lower quality offspring produced under low pollen intensities) and through seed size–number trade-offs (with plants under low pollination intensity producing fewer but larger seeds). Here,...
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