volume 75, issue 2, P161-169 1988
DOI: 10.1002/j.1537-2197.1988.tb13428.x
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Abstract: We investigated the changes in amounts and patterns of phenotypic plasticity which have arisen in the Texas annual Phlox drummondii during domestication. Character means and plasticities were compared for five populations: a wild population, three cultivated varieties (a Tall cultivar and two Dwarf cultivars), and a population of an escaped Tall cultivar naturalized in Texas. To measure plasticity, we scored the responses of 10 characters to six treatments and analyzed both the amount and direction of plastic …

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