Data from: Drastic shift in flowering phenology of F1 hybrids explains the population structure of Imperata cylindrica in Japan

Yasuyuki Nomura, Yoshiko Shimono, Nobuyuki Mizuno, Ikuya Miyoshi, Satoshi Iwakami, Kazuhiro Sato & Tohru Tominaga
Hybridization is a major source of phenotypic variation and a driving force for evolution. On the other hand, these novel traits can often disrupt adaptive relationships between the parental phenotypes and their environments. However, it remains unclear how new hybrid traits disrupt local adaptation. Here, we report how a new phenotype of hybrids between two ecotypes of Imperata cylindrica contributes to rapid reproductive isolation from their parents and affects hybrid fitness. We analyzed 350 accessions...
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