Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators

Schrieber K, Paul SC, Höche LV, Salas AC, Didszun R, Mößnang J, Müller C, Erfmeier A, Eilers E (2021)
eLife 10.

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Schrieber, Karin; Paul, Sarah Catherine; Höche, Levke Valena; Salas, Andrea Cecilia; Didszun, Rabi; Mößnang, Jakob; Müller, CarolineUniBi; Erfmeier, Alexandra; Eilers, ElisabethUniBi
Abstract / Bemerkung
We study the effects of inbreeding in a dioecious plant on its interaction with pollinating insects and test whether the magnitude of such effects is shaped by plant individual sex and the evolutionary histories of plant populations. We recorded spatial, scent, colour and rewarding flower traits as well as pollinator visitation rates in experimentally inbred and outbred, male and femaleSilene latifoliaplants from European and North American populations differing in their evolutionary histories. We found that inbreeding specifically impairs spatial flower traits and floral scent. Our results support that sex-specific selection and gene expression may have partially magnified these inbreeding costs for females, and that divergent evolutionary histories altered the genetic architecture underlying inbreeding effects across population origins. Moreover, the results indicate that inbreeding effects on floral scent may have a huge potential to disrupt interactions among plants and nocturnal moth pollinators, which are mediated by elaborate chemical communication.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
eLife
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10
eISSN
2050-084X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2954824

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Schrieber K, Paul SC, Höche LV, et al. Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators. eLife. 2021;10.
Schrieber, K., Paul, S. C., Höche, L. V., Salas, A. C., Didszun, R., Mößnang, J., Müller, C., et al. (2021). Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators. eLife, 10. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.65610
Schrieber, K., Paul, S. C., Höche, L. V., Salas, A. C., Didszun, R., Mößnang, J., Müller, C., Erfmeier, A., and Eilers, E. (2021). Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators. eLife 10.
Schrieber, K., et al., 2021. Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators. eLife, 10.
K. Schrieber, et al., “Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators”, eLife, vol. 10, 2021.
Schrieber, K., Paul, S.C., Höche, L.V., Salas, A.C., Didszun, R., Mößnang, J., Müller, C., Erfmeier, A., Eilers, E.: Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators. eLife. 10, (2021).
Schrieber, Karin, Paul, Sarah Catherine, Höche, Levke Valena, Salas, Andrea Cecilia, Didszun, Rabi, Mößnang, Jakob, Müller, Caroline, Erfmeier, Alexandra, and Eilers, Elisabeth. “Inbreeding in a dioecious plant has sex- and population origin-specific effects on its interactions with pollinators”. eLife 10 (2021).

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