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Inter-and intraspecific variation in fern mating systems after long-distance colonization: the importance of selfing

G Arjen de Groot*, Betty Verduyn, ER Jasper Wubs, Roy HJ Erkens and Heinjo J During

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Ecology and Biodiversity group, Institute of Environmental Biology, Utrecht University, Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht, The Netherlands

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BMC Plant Biology 2012, 12:3  doi:10.1186/1471-2229-12-3

Published: 4 January 2012

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Genotypes of parent sporophytes used to obtain spores for the experiment. Genotypes (rows) are based on four polymorphic microsatellite loci per species (columns), and differ between all used plants. Different alleles are designated by different letters. Certain heterozygotes (diploids with two alleles or tetraploids with three or four alleles) are given in bold face. Plant codes as in Table 1. Codes of microsatellite loci follow De Groot et al. 35.

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Genotypes of parent sporophytes used to obtain spores for the experiment. Genotypes (rows) are based on four polymorphic microsatellite loci per species (columns), and differ between all used plants. Different alleles are designated by different letters. Certain heterozygotes (diploids with two alleles or tetraploids with three or four alleles) are given in bold face. Plant codes as in Table 1. Codes of microsatellite loci follow De Groot et al. [35].

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