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Data from: Floral colour change in the eyes of pollinators: testing possible constraints and correlated evolution

Kazuharu Ohashi, Takashi T. Makino & Kentaro Arikawa
1. Many of the ‘adaptive' traits in angiosperm flowers occur only in some species within a clade. One good example of such traits is floral colour change, that is the retention of old, nonreproductive, rewardless, but fully turgid flowers in an altered colour. This trait has been viewed as a plant strategy to enhance distant pollinator attraction while minimizing visits to nonreproductive flowers. Considering that the same scenario appears true for most visually oriented flower...

Data from: Mixed mating system are regulated by fecundity in Shorea curtisii (Dipterocarpaceae) as revealed by comparison under different pollen limited conditions

Naoki Tani, Yoshihiko Tsumura, Keita Fukasawa, Tomoyuki Kado, Yuriko Taguchi, Soon Leong Lee, Chai Ting Lee, Norwati Muhammad, Kaoru Niiyama, Tatsuya Otani, Tsutomu Yagihashi, Hiroyuki Tanouchi, Azizi Ripin & Abdul Rahman Kassim
The maintenance of mixed mating was studied in Shorea curtisii, a dominant and widely distributed dipterocarp species in Southeast Asia. Paternity and hierarchical Bayesian analyses were used to estimate the parameters of pollen dispersal kernel, male fecundity and self-pollen affinity. We hypothesized that partial self incompatibility and/or inbreeding depression reduce the number of selfed seeds if the mother trees receive sufficient pollen, whereas reproductive assurance increases the numbers of selfed seeds under low amounts of...

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