Data from: Genetic architecture of inbreeding depression and the maintenance of gametophytic self-incompatibility

Camille Elsa Gervais, Diala Abu Awad, Denis Roze, Vincent Castric, Sylvain Billiard & Camille Gervais
Gametophytic self-incompatibility is a widespread genetic system, which enables hermaphroditic plants to avoid self-fertilization and mating with close relatives. Inbreeding depression is thought to be the major force maintaining self-incompatibility; however, inbreeding depression is a dynamical variable that depends in particular on the mating system. In this paper we use multilocus, individual based simulations to examine the co-evolution of self-incompatibility and inbreeding depression within finite populations. We focus on the conditions for the maintenance of...
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