Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans

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Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans. / Thiele, Jan; Hansen, Thomas Møller; Siegismund, Hans Redlef; Hauser, Thure Pavlo.

I: Heredity, Bind 104, Nr. 1, 2010, s. 52-60.

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Thiele, J, Hansen, TM, Siegismund, HR & Hauser, TP 2010, 'Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans', Heredity, bind 104, nr. 1, s. 52-60. https://doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2009.103

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Thiele, J., Hansen, T. M., Siegismund, H. R., & Hauser, T. P. (2010). Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans. Heredity, 104(1), 52-60. https://doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2009.103

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Thiele J, Hansen TM, Siegismund HR, Hauser TP. Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans. Heredity. 2010;104(1):52-60. https://doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2009.103

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Thiele, Jan ; Hansen, Thomas Møller ; Siegismund, Hans Redlef ; Hauser, Thure Pavlo. / Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans. I: Heredity. 2010 ; Bind 104, Nr. 1. s. 52-60.

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title = "Genetic variation of inbreeding depression among floral and fitness traits in Silene nutans",
abstract = "The magnitude and variation of inbreeding depression (ID) within populations is important for the evolution and maintenance of mixed mating systems. We studied ID and its genetic variation in a range of floral and fitness traits in a small and large population of the perennial herb Silene nutans, using controlled pollinations in a fully factorial North Carolina II design. Floral traits and early fitness traits, that is seed mass and germination rate, were not much affected by inbreeding (delta0.4). Lack of genetic correlations indicated that ID in floral, early and late traits is genetically decoupled. There was a trend that the smaller population was less affected by ID than the large one, although the differences were not significant for most traits. Hence, evidence for purging of deleterious alleles remains inconclusive in this study. Genetic variation in ID among paternal families was statistically significant in most floral and all seed traits, but not in late fitness traits. However, some paternal families had delta",
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AU - Thiele, Jan

AU - Hansen, Thomas Møller

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AU - Hauser, Thure Pavlo

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N2 - The magnitude and variation of inbreeding depression (ID) within populations is important for the evolution and maintenance of mixed mating systems. We studied ID and its genetic variation in a range of floral and fitness traits in a small and large population of the perennial herb Silene nutans, using controlled pollinations in a fully factorial North Carolina II design. Floral traits and early fitness traits, that is seed mass and germination rate, were not much affected by inbreeding (delta0.4). Lack of genetic correlations indicated that ID in floral, early and late traits is genetically decoupled. There was a trend that the smaller population was less affected by ID than the large one, although the differences were not significant for most traits. Hence, evidence for purging of deleterious alleles remains inconclusive in this study. Genetic variation in ID among paternal families was statistically significant in most floral and all seed traits, but not in late fitness traits. However, some paternal families had delta

AB - The magnitude and variation of inbreeding depression (ID) within populations is important for the evolution and maintenance of mixed mating systems. We studied ID and its genetic variation in a range of floral and fitness traits in a small and large population of the perennial herb Silene nutans, using controlled pollinations in a fully factorial North Carolina II design. Floral traits and early fitness traits, that is seed mass and germination rate, were not much affected by inbreeding (delta0.4). Lack of genetic correlations indicated that ID in floral, early and late traits is genetically decoupled. There was a trend that the smaller population was less affected by ID than the large one, although the differences were not significant for most traits. Hence, evidence for purging of deleterious alleles remains inconclusive in this study. Genetic variation in ID among paternal families was statistically significant in most floral and all seed traits, but not in late fitness traits. However, some paternal families had delta

KW - Algorithms

KW - Crosses, Genetic

KW - Flowers

KW - Genetic Variation

KW - Genetics, Population

KW - Inbreeding

KW - Models, Genetic

KW - Phenotype

KW - Pollination

KW - Population Density

KW - Seeds

KW - Selection, Genetic

KW - Silene

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DO - 10.1038/hdy.2009.103

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