Data from: Evolution of increased intraspecific competitive ability following introduction: the importance of relatedness among genotypes.

Zhijie Zhang, Fang Zhou, Xiaoyun Pan, Mark Van Kleunen, Mu Liu, Bo Li & Mark Kleunen
1.A long‐standing explanation for invasion success is that invasive plants could evolve to be more competitive following introduction. This evolution of increased competitive ability (EICA) hypothesis, however, has seldom been tested with regard to intraspecific competition. Given that plants can display different responses to related and unrelated conspecifics, the evolution of intraspecific competitive ability might be specific to genotypes of different relatedness. 2.Here, we grew five native (South American) and five introduced (North American) genotypes...
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