Data from: High correlated paternity leads to negative effects on progeny performance in two mediterranean shrub species

Sofia Nora, Abelardo Aparicio & Rafael G. Albaladejo
Anthropogenic habitat deterioration can promote changes in plant mating systems that subsequently may affect progeny performance, thereby conditioning plant recruitment for the next generation. However, very few studies yet tested mating system parameters other than outcrossing rates; and the direct effects of the genetic diversity of the pollen received by maternal plants (i.e. correlated paternity) has often been overlooked. In this study, we investigated the relation between correlated paternity and progeny performance in two common...

Registration Year

  • 2016

Resource Types

  • Dataset


  • University of Seville