Data from: Parental optimism versus parental pessimism in plants: how common should we expect pollen limitation to be?

Rosenheim JA, Williams NM, Schreiber SJ

Date Published: January 29, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5459n

 

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Title Comparative data on pre-pollination costs of seed production
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Description This data file summarizes data extracted from the published literature on the fraction of the total costs of seed production that is incurred pre-pollination. The table includes four columns: (1) plant species (and flower gender for plants that have both female and bisexual flowers); (2) plant group (gymnosperm vs. wind-pollinated angiosperm vs. animal-pollinated angiosperm; (3) the observed proportion of total investment in seed production associated with pre-pollination costs; and (4) the literature citation. The full references are given below the table.
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Rosenheim JA, Williams NM, Schreiber SJ (2014) Parental optimism versus parental pessimism in plants: how common should we expect pollen limitation to be? The American Naturalist 184(1): 75-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/676503

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Rosenheim JA, Williams NM, Schreiber SJ (2014) Data from: Parental optimism versus parental pessimism in plants: how common should we expect pollen limitation to be? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5459n
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