volume 75, issue 5, P701-724 1988
DOI: 10.1002/j.1537-2197.1988.tb13492.x
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Abstract: The effect of flowering time and of distance between pollen donor and pollen recipient on the proportion of filled achenes, aborted seeds, and seedling survivorship was studied in populations of Espeletia schultzii in the Venezuelan Andes. Hand-pollinations were performed in two different years and at different times during the flowering season. Pollinations within-population included crosses between plants within a few meters to a maximum of 500 m apart and between-population pollinations included crosses bet…

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