Data from: Movements of genes between populations: are pollinators more effective at transferring their own or plant genetic markers?

Min Liu, Stephen G. Compton, Fo-En Peng, Jian Zhang, Xiao-Yong Chen, X.-Y. Chen & F.-E. Peng
The transfer of genes between populations is increasingly important in a world where pollinators are declining, plant and animal populations are increasingly fragmented and climate change is forcing shifts in distribution. The distances that pollen can be transported by small insects are impressive, as is the extensive gene flow between their own populations. We compared the relative ease by which small insects introduce genetic markers into their own and host-plant populations. Gene flow via seeds...
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