Data from: Long-distance pollen and seed dispersal and inbreeding depression in Hymenaea stigonocarpa (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae) in the Brazilian savannah

Marcela A. Moraes, Thaisa Y.K. Kubota, Bruno C. Rossini, Celso L. Marino, Miguel L.M. Freitas, Mario L.T. Moraes, Alexandre M. Da Silva, Jose Cambuim & Alexandre M. Sebbenn
Hymenaea stigonocarpa is a Neotropical tree that is economically important due to its high-quality wood; however, because it has been exploited extensively, it is currently considered threatened. Microsatellite loci were used to investigate the pollen and seed dispersal, mating patterns, spatial genetic structure (SGS), genetic diversity, and inbreeding depression in H. stigonocarpa adults, juveniles and open-pollinated seeds, which were sampled from isolated trees in a pasture and trees within a forest fragment in the Brazilian...
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