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Tag Archives: mosses
An Oedipus complex in mosses?
Nannandrous … phyllodioicous … gotta love botanical terms and these will most definitely find their way into this week’s list of favorite words! Both refer to the tiny epiphytic nature of males situated on much larger female shoots. There may be many … Continue reading
Posted in bioinformatics, evolution, genomics, haploid-diploid, plants, population genetics Tagged haploid-diploid, mating system evolution, mosses, SNPs Leave a comment
Haploid-diploidy, a (brief?) history
Haploid-diploid life cycles are not only good exercise for the brain, but they’re also fantastic study systems to investigate a myriad of questions. Yet, the majority of molecular studies have focused on the diploid-dominated life cycles of animal and plant … Continue reading
Posted in DNA barcoding, domestication, evolution, genomics, haploid-diploid, natural history, population genetics, selection, speciation Tagged Algae, complex life cycles, ferns, fungi, haploid-diploid, mosses 2 Comments