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  • Variation in style morph frequencies in tristylous Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula: the role of geographical and demographic factors
    a new window Download as PowerPoint Slide F ig 3 A Relationship between style morph evenness E and population size N among dimorphic and trimorphic populations of Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula The equation for this relationship is E 0 8589 0 0218 ln N B Relationship between style morph evenness and latitude for the same sample of populations The equation for this relationship is E 0 6801 0 0067 latitude r 2 adj 0 04 View larger version In this window In a new window Download as PowerPoint Slide F ig 4 Relationship between the logarithm of population size log N and latitude for all populations of Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula that were sampled in this study The equation for this relationship is log N 5 3005 0 1773 latitude r 2 adj 0 41 View larger version In this window In a new window Download as PowerPoint Slide F ig 5 Reproductive fitness components in 19 populations of Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula grouped by style morph A Fruit set B seed production per fruit and C seed production per infructescence For details of data transformation see Materials and Methods Data presented are the mean and standard error for each population Closed circles open diamonds and closed squares represent the L M and S morphs respectively The Author 2015 Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Annals of Botany Company All rights reserved For Permissions please email journals permissions oup com Related articles ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2016 117 2 i iii doi 10 1093 aob mcv196 Extract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF No Related Web Pages Previous Next Article Table of Contents This Article Ann Bot 2016 117 2 331 340 doi 10 1093 aob mcv173 First published online December 9 2015 Abstract Free Free Figures Free Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Supplementary Data All Versions of this Article mcv173v1 117 2 331 most recent Classifications Original Article Services Article metrics Alert me when cited Alert me if corrected Alert me if commented Find similar articles Similar articles in Web of Science Similar articles in PubMed Add to my archive Download citation Request Permissions Responses Submit a response No responses published Citing Articles View citing article information Citing articles via CrossRef Citing articles via Scopus Citing articles via Web of Science Google Scholar Articles by Costa J Articles by Barrett S C H PubMed PubMed citation Articles by Costa J Articles by Castro S Articles by Loureiro J Articles by Barrett S C H Agricola Articles by Costa J Articles by Barrett S C H Related Content Related articles in this journal Load related web page information Share Email this article CiteULike Delicious Facebook Google Mendeley Twitter What s this Search this journal Advanced Current Issue February 2016 117 2 Alert me to new issues The Journal About this journal Annals of Botany Collections AoB article attracts media coverage We are mobile find out more Journals Career Network

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    cereal legume intercropping systems a critical review Ann Bot mcv182 first published online January 8 2016 doi 10 1093 aob mcv182 demonstrated and verified using isotopic nutrient tracing and molecular analysis The same methodological approaches and field studies should be used to explore direct interspecific P facilitation Both niche complementarity and interspecific facilitation Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Shuang Xi Zhou Belinda E Medlyn and Iain Colin Prentice Long term water stress leads to acclimation of drought sensitivity of photosynthetic capacity in xeric but not riparian Eucalyptus species Ann Bot 2016 117 1 133 144 first published online October 22 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv161 acclimation is likely to occur more rapidly in seedlings and saplings than in the mature trees typically used in field studies e g Limousin et al 2010b 2013 For example a drought pre conditioning period of 32d was sufficient Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Review Camille Parmesan and Mick E Hanley Plants and climate change complexities and surprises Ann Bot 2015 116 6 849 864 doi 10 1093 aob mcv169 al point out that few experimental or long term field studies have quantified the impacts of extreme climate events been analysed alongside diverse data from long term field studies at sites across Europe ultimately numbering 542 plant Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Article Jian Jin Caixian Tang and Peter Sale The impact of elevated carbon dioxide on the phosphorus nutrition of plants a review Ann Bot 2015 116 6 987 999 first published online June 25 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv088 Treseder KK 2004 A meta analysis of mycorrhizal responses to nitrogen phosphorus and atmospheric CO2 in field studies New Phytologist 164 347 355 Uhde Stone C Gilbert G Johnson JMF Litjens R Zinn KE Temple SJ Vance Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Ileana N Celaya Gerardo Arceo Gómez Conchita Alonso and Víctor Parra Tabla Negative effects of heterospecific pollen receipt vary with abiotic conditions ecological and evolutionary implications Ann Bot 2015 116 5 789 795 first published online July 21 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv110 spatial and temporal mosaics in the outcome of post pollination interactions due to variability in abiotic conditions Field studies that evaluate the effect of HP receipt from the same HP donor across multiple communities exposed to different Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Review Ian M Ehrenreich and David W Pfennig Genetic assimilation a review of its potential proximate causes and evolutionary consequences Ann Bot mcv130 first published online September 10 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv130 demonstrated that genetic assimilation can promote novelty Waddington 1952 1953 and there are several suggestive field studies e g Losos et al 2000 Pfennig and Murphy 2000 Wund et al 2008 Scoville and Pfrender 2010 Abstract Full Text HTML

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    doi 10 1093 aob mcr224 in seed production between the closed and open flowers under the same condition Table 1 Results from hand pollination studies indicated that a flower had the potential capability to produce many more seeds 1591 in perfect flowers and Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Original Article CORY S SHEFFIELD ROBERT F SMITH and PETER G KEVAN Perfect Syncarpy in Apple Malus domestica Summerland McIntosh and its Implications for Pollination Seed Distribution and Fruit Production Rosaceae Maloideae Ann Bot 2005 95 4 583 591 first published online January 20 2005 doi 10 1093 aob mci058 both reagents Stigma receptivity period for hand pollination studies Stigma receptivity of Summerland McIntosh flowers both reagents Stigma receptivity period for hand pollination studies Stigma receptivity of Summerland McIntosh Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF For checked items view abstracts download to citation manager Search Results New Search Modify Results Citation format standard condensed Results page 10 25 40 60 80 Results order relevance most recent earliest first This search Alert me when new articles matching this search are published Save this search to my Personal Archive Download all citations on this page to my citation manager Search this journal Advanced Current Issue February 2016 117 2 Alert me to new issues The Journal About this journal Annals of Botany Collections AoB article attracts media coverage We are mobile find out more Journals Career Network Published on behalf of The Annals of Botany Company Impact factor 3 654 5 Yr impact factor 4 338 Eigenfactor 0 02603 Rank 10 200 SCImago Score 1 461 Rank 124 1873 Chief Editor Professor J S Pat Heslop Harrison View full editorial board International Review Board For Authors Submitting a manuscript online Self archiving policy Instructions for authors Low Rate

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    June 12 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv078 pollinator competition and or interspecific pollen transfer with S niceensis which fitness consequences through interspecific pollen transfer Waser 1983 This as a consequence of interspecific pollen transfer co flowering species Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Christopher Michael Johnson and Anton Pauw Adaptation for rodent pollination in Leucospermum arenarium Proteaceae despite rapid pollen loss during grooming Ann Bot 2014 113 6 931 938 first published online March 7 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu015 frontiers in competition for pollination Annals of Botany 2009 103 1403 1413 Morales CL Traveset A Interspecific pollen transfer magnitude prevalence and consequences for plant fitness Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 2008 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Yongpeng Ma Weijia Xie Xiaoling Tian Weibang Sun Zhikun Wu and Richard Milne Unidirectional hybridization and reproductive barriers between two heterostylous primrose species in north west Yunnan China Ann Bot 2014 113 5 763 775 first published online February 2 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mct312 Pedicularis rhinanthoides and Pedicularis longiflora Orobanchaceae how does the same pollinator type avoid interspecific pollen transfer Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 2007 90 37 48 Zalapa JE Brunet J Guries RP Patterns Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Technical Article Paul Kron Allison Kwok and Brian C Husband Flow cytometric analysis of pollen grains collected from individual bees provides information about pollen load composition and foraging behaviour Ann Bot 2014 113 1 191 197 first published online November 14 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct257 more generally to studies of the effects of interspecific pollen transfer Morales and Traveset 2008 Understanding 1433 1450 Morales CL Traveset A Interspecific pollen transfer magnitude prevalence and consequences Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Timothy J Miller Robert A Raguso and Kathleen M Kay Novel adaptation to hawkmoth pollinators in Clarkia reduces efficiency not attraction of diurnal visitors Ann Bot 2014 113 2 317 329 first published online November 1 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct237 2008 Because the two Clarkia species never co occur competition for pollinators or selection against interspecific pollen transfer is not expected eliminating these as mechanisms that can promote deterrent traits Armbruster et al Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Chun Feng Yang Qing Feng Wang and You Hao Guo Pollination in a patchily distributed lousewort is facilitated by presence of a co flowering plant due to enhancement of quantity and quality of pollinator visits Ann Bot 2013 112 9 1751 1758 first published online October 16 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct228 reproductive cost from interspecific pollen transfer IPT However differences geitonogamous mating interspecific pollen transfer lousewort mechanical focal species through interspecific pollen transfer IPT Waser 1978 Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures For checked

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    Philip H Congleton Floral display size conspecific density and florivory affect fruit set in natural populations of Phlox hirsuta an endangered species Ann Bot 2014 113 5 887 893 first published online February 20 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu007 selective review of theory and tests Quarterly Review of Biology 1977 52 137 154 Ramsey M Vaughton G Pollen quality limits seed set in Burchardia umbellata Colchicaceae American Journal of Botany 2000 87 845 852 Rathcke Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Original Article Mick E Hanley Amanda J Awbi and Miguel Franco Going native Flower use by bumblebees in English urban gardens Ann Bot 2014 113 5 799 806 first published online March 18 2014 doi 10 1093 aob mcu006 Hanley ME Franco M Pichon S Darvill B Goulson D Breeding system pollinator choice and variation in pollen quality in British herbaceous plants Functional Ecology 2008 22 592 598 Hanley ME Franco M Dean CE et al Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Original Article Adriana Suarez Gonzalez and Sara V Good Pollen limitation and reduced reproductive success are associated with local genetic effects in Prunus virginiana a widely distributed self incompatible shrub Ann Bot 2014 113 4 595 605 first published online December 9 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct289 Uchiyama et al 2009 For species with self incompatibility SI systems in particular reductions in pollen quality can be particularly important Larson and Barrett 2000 because of the inherent restrictions that SI systems Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Timothy J Miller Robert A Raguso and Kathleen M Kay Novel adaptation to hawkmoth pollinators in Clarkia reduces efficiency not attraction of diurnal visitors Ann Bot 2014 113 2 317 329 first published online November 1 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct237 hawkmoths in years of high abundance Pollen quality was not measured in this study than bees Thus quantifying pollen quality and transfer efficiency would Garcia D Obeso JR Effects of pollen quality and quantity on pollen limitation Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Conchita Alonso Carmen M Navarro Fernández Gerardo Arceo Gómez George A Meindl Víctor Parra Tabla and Tia Lynn Ashman Among species differences in pollen quality and quantity limitation implications for endemics in biodiverse hotspots Ann Bot 2013 112 7 1461 1469 first published online September 22 2013 doi 10 1093 aob mct213 Among species differences in pollen quality and quantity limitation implications 2007 The specific effect of pollen quality has recently been stressed but the wild even though reduced pollen quality has been reported as the main Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2013 112 7 i iv doi 10 1093 aob mct266 Alonso et al pp 1461 1469 analyse natural variability in pollen receipt and tube formation and compare pollen quality

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    Luis Navarro Effects of nectar robbing on male and female reproductive success of a pollinator dependent plant Ann Bot 2016 117 2 291 297 first published online October 19 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv165 during foraging Higashi et al 1988 Zhu et al 2010 and occasionally robbed flowers have higher fruit or seed set Navarro 2000 Zhang et al 2014 Indirectly robbing may cause the reduction of nectar standing crop that Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Viewpoint Ulrich Kutschera and Winslow R Briggs Phototropic solar tracking in sunflower plants an integrative perspective Ann Bot 2016 117 1 1 8 first published online September 29 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv141 their internal temperatures were several degrees lower than their tracking counterparts and both insect visitation and seed set were significantly reduced Sherry and Galen 1998 Koller 2011 summarizes that The developing leaves of Helianthus Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Article Ge Yin Spencer C H Barrett Yi Bo Luo and Wei Ning Bai Seasonal variation in the mating system of a selfing annual with large floral displays Ann Bot mcv186 first published online December 31 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv186 day to day variation in fruit set seed set and patterns of mating Methods We collected data on daily fruit and seed set and estimated outcrossing rate and particularly on windy days Fruit and seed set declined over time especially during Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Junpeng Mu Youhong Peng Xinqiang Xi Xinwei Wu Guoyong Li Karl J Niklas and Shucun Sun Artificial asymmetric warming reduces nectar yield in a Tibetan alpine species of Asteraceae Ann Bot 2015 116 6 899 906 first published online April 28 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv042 the number of capitula per plant Seed set was calculated as the percentage of 0922 year 1 0910 0343 Residuals 75 Seed set Warming 1 2299 0134 Year 1 0739 0393 Seed number per plant 78463a 49510b Seed set 61162a 66264a Seed mass per Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Bradley Z Carlson Philippe Choler Julien Renaud Jean Pierre Dedieu and Wilfried Thuiller Modelling snow cover duration improves predictions of functional and taxonomic diversity for alpine plant communities Ann Bot 2015 116 6 1023 1034 first published online April 7 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv041 melt whereas fellfield species initiated flowering and seed set at consistent times regardless of melt date Kudo et al Habitat specific responses in the flowering phenology and seed set of alpine plants to climate variation implications for Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Simona Gugger Halil Kesselring Jürg Stöcklin and Elena Hamann Lower plasticity exhibited by high versus mid elevation species in their phenological responses to manipulated temperature and drought Ann Bot 2015 116 6 953 962

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    V Rojas Nossa José María Sánchez and Luis Navarro Effects of nectar robbing on male and female reproductive success of a pollinator dependent plant Ann Bot 2016 117 2 291 297 first published online October 19 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv165 they systematically contact anthers and stigmas during foraging Higashi et al 1988 Flowers are hermaphroditic with exerted stigmas and five stamens with exerted anthers that the frequency of dye deposition on stigmas of peripheral plants was not influenced Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Juan Fornoni Mariano Ordano Rubén Pérez Ishiwara Karina Boege and César A Domínguez A comparison of floral integration between selfing and outcrossing species a meta analysis Ann Bot 2016 117 2 299 306 first published online November 17 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv166 between the presentation of pollen and stigmas in Angiosperms 1 Dichogamy New Zealand selection and the segregation of pollen and stigmas in hermaphrodite plants exemplified between the presentation of pollen and stigmas in Angiosperms 2 Herkogamy New Zealand Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article ContentSnapshots Content Snapshots Ann Bot 2016 117 2 i iii doi 10 1093 aob mcv196 Heterospecific pollen deposition is common but at low levels across stigmas there is a negative interaction between the effects of conspecific production becomes weaker with greater heterospecific deposition on stigmas Greenhouse hand pollination studies and field studies should Extract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Select this article Original Article Joana Costa Sílvia Castro João Loureiro and Spencer C H Barrett Variation in style morph frequencies in tristylous Lythrum salicaria in the Iberian Peninsula the role of geographical and demographic factors Ann Bot 2016 117 2 331 340 first published online December 9 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv173 prevents self and intra morph mating Compatible mating in most tristylous species involves pollinations between anthers and stigmas of equivalent height Darwin 1877 Barrett and Cruzan 1994 Thus trimorphic incompatibility enforces phenotypic Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Supplementary Data Select this article Article Can Dai Xijian Liang Jie Ren Minglin Liao Jiyang Li and Laura F Galloway The mean and variability of a floral trait have opposing effects on fitness traits Ann Bot mcv189 first published online January 8 2016 doi 10 1093 aob mcv189 The degree of deflexion may vary among stigmas within flowers as well as among flowers measures herkogamy the position of the stigmas relative to the anthers Dai and Galloway 2011 Stigmas receive pollen through contact with visiting Abstract Full Text HTML Full Text PDF Free Figures Select this article Original Article Alyssa B Stewart and Michele R Dudash Differential pollen placement on an Old World nectar bat increases pollination efficiency Ann Bot 2016 117 1 145 152 first published online October 19 2015 doi 10 1093 aob mcv163 female flowers which have functional stigmas and vestigial stamens then 0 4 hands stamens and reduced non functioning stigmas

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