Browsing College of Agriculture by Subject "inbreeding"
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Inbreeding, which is common in plants, may increase the vulnerability of. populations to natural enemies. Similarly, natural enemies may increase the expression of inbreeding depression in their hosts, resulting in altered ...
Plant defense theory provides insight into interactions involving inbred plants and insect herbivores
Inbreeding in the form of self-fertilization is widespread among plants and typically results in broad, detrimental changes in plant morphology and physiology. Phenotypic changes associated with inbreeding are likely to ...