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Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator

Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator

Sex for Food or How to Attract a Pollinator Joyce Cadwallader Christine Tuaillon Brian White Mimulus spp. M. Cardinalis Red High nectar M. Lewisii Pink Low nectar Guiding Questions: Currently reproductively isolated How did this evolve? Can we model this using population genetics?

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