Data from: Sex is determined by XY chromosomes across the radiation of dioecious Nepenthes pitcher plants

Mathias Scharmann, T Ulmar Grafe, Faizah Metali & Alex Widmer
Species with separate sexes (dioecy) are a minority among flowering plants, but dioecy has evolved multiple times independently in their history. The sex determination system and sex-linked genomic regions are currently identified in a limited number of dioecious plants only. Here, we study the sex-determination system in a genus of dioecious plants that lack heteromorphic sex chromosomes and are not amenable to controlled breeding: Nepenthes pitcher plants. We genotyped wild populations of flowering males and...
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