Data from: Sexually antagonistic evolution caused by male-male competition in the pistil

Åsa Lankinen, Sofia Hydbom & Maria Strandh
While sexual selection and sexual conflict are important evolutionary forces in animals, their significance in plants is uncertain. In hermaphroditic organisms, such as many plants, sexual conflict may occur both between mating partners (inter-locus conflict) and between male and female sex roles within an individual (intra-locus conflict). We performed experimental evolution, involving lines that were crossed with either one or two pollen donors (monogamous or polyandrous lines), in the hermaphroditic plant (Collinsia heterophylla) where early...
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