volume 75, issue 4, P540-544 1988
DOI: 10.1002/j.1537-2197.1988.tb13472.x
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Abstract: Theories of sex allocation make a number of predictions about the relationship between male and female resource investment in flowering plants and realized fitness. Testing these predictions requires quantitative information on costs and benefits associated with various allocation patterns. These data are difficult to obtain even in experimental settings, and may be impossible to obtain in many natural populations. Experimental studies of pollination and female reproduction in plants have been facilitated by t…

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