1] is the phenotypic value of self-fertilized
offspring and [W.
For isolated individuals, the first clutch produced was either unfertilized or self-fertilized
From the 21 839 self-fertilized
grains obtained from these spikes, there were 7807 blue grains, which was 35.
Plants at the BK site set significantly more self-fertilized
fruits in 1994 (9.
intestinalis from the Gulf of Naples were self-fertile, while in the rest (85%), less than 10% of the eggs were self-fertilized
Because host plants produce only obligately self-fertilized
cleistogamous flowers they are reproductively isolated from uninfected plants.
From these measurements, we deduced a cross-fertilization effect (R) for each trait as the relative increase of cross-fertilized kernels compared with self-fertilized
3) Is there intraspecific variation within populations in the viability of self-fertilized
Mean and F-statistics for female, male, female x male effects on weight of cross-fertilized (yellow) kernels, weight of self-fertilized
(white) kernels, and cross-fertilization advantage criteria in 1993, 1994, and 1995.
progeny of Syn91-3 fit a 3:1 ratio of heterozygous to homozygous individuals (Table 4).
By using aphallic individuals of the hermaphrodite freshwater snail Bulinus truncatus, we can estimate the effect of grouping self-fertilized
for isolated and grouped snails.
Fertilization of D-23 plants by the pollen of the donor line D-27 was easily recognizable through the heterozygote pattern of seeds compared with the homozygote pattern of self-fertilized