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Help us improve our products. Sign up to take part. A Nature Research Journal. Charles Darwin recognized that flowering plants have an unrivalled diversity of sexual systems. Plantsexual the ecological and genetic factors that govern sexual diversification in plants is today a central problem in evolutionary biology.

The integration of phylogenetic, ecological and population-genetic studies have provided new insights into the selective mechanisms that are responsible for major evolutionary transitions between reproductive modes. Flowers, the reproductive organs of angiosperms, are more varied than the equivalent structures of any other group of organisms, and flowering plants also have an unrivalled diversity of sexual systems.

This variation provides outstanding opportunities for evolutionary and functional studies of the costs and benefits of alternative sexual strategies. The two main evolutionary transitions in sexual systems of flowering plants involve the shift from predominant outcrossing to predominant selfing, and the evolution of separate sexes from combined sexes. Comparative studies indicate that these transitions have originated independently on numerous occasions in angiosperm families.

Many floral mechanisms that have been traditionally interpreted as 'anti-selfing mechanisms' might have an alternative role in promoting fitness through male reproductive function by limiting gamete losses through pollen discounting. This is particularly likely in self-incompatible plants because they are already protected from the harmful effects of inbreeding by physiological mechanisms. Sexual polymorphisms, such as heterostyly and enantiostyly, that are characterized by reciprocal herkogamy, function to increase the precision of animal-mediated cross-pollination, while reducing the costs that are plantsexual with sexual interference between female and male sexual organs.

The principal cost is pollen wastage through self-pollination. Plantsexual two main evolutionary routes for the origin of dioecy — the gynodioecy and monoecy pathways — differ in the types of gender variation on which selection acts, and in the relative importance of major versus minor genes that govern changes to sexuality.

The fitness consequences of selfing and outcrossing, and the optimal allocation of resources to female and male function, are key factors that promote transitions to dioecy and other forms of gender dimorphism.

Flowering plants have a wide range of mating patterns, from obligate outcrossing to predominant selfing.

Selfing is commonly associated with the annual life form, and uncertain pollination conditions implicate reproductive assurance as the principal mechanism that drives the evolution of autonomous modes of selfing in plants.

Future work on plant sexual systems should abandon plantsexual myopic view of flowers as the sole reproductive unit and begin investigations into the functional interrelations between flowers, inflorescences and plant architecture, within the broader context of life-history evolution.

Charlesworth, D. Uyenoyama, M. A prospectus for new developments in the evolutionary theory of self-incompatibility. Pannell, J. Effects of drift, selection and population turnover on a mating-system polymorphism. Barrett, S. The comparative biology of pollination and mating in flowering plants. B— This paper uses comparative and phylogenetic analyses to show significant associations between mating systems and life history in plants.

Weller, S. Using phylogenetic approaches for the analysis of plant breeding system evolution. Weiblen, G. Phylogenetic analysis of dioecy in monocotyledons. Cresswell, J. Manipulation of female architecture in flowers reveals a narrow optimum for pollen deposition. Ecology 81— Walker-Larson, J. Vestigial organs as opportunities for functional innovation: the example of the Plantsexual staminode. Evolution 55— Fetscher, A.

Resolution of male—female conflict in a hermaphrodite flower. The first experimental demonstration that a floral trait can function to reduce female interference with pollen dispersal in a hermaphrodite plant. Lloyd, D. Inbreeding depression and its evolutionary consequences. The classic review of the significance of inbreeding depression for the evolution of mating systems. Parental strategies of angiosperms.

Self- and cross-fertilization in plants. Functional dimensions. Plant Sci. Geber, M. Harder, L. The evolution and function of stylar polymorphisms in flowering plants. The first attempt to provide a unified explanation for the adaptive plantsexual of the four main stylar polymorphisms in plants.

Sexual polymorphisms in Narcissus triandrus Amaryllidaceae : is this species tristylous? Heredity 78— Heterostyly in the Lamiaceae: the case of Salvia brandegeei. Plant Syst. Lewis, D. McCubbin, A. Molecular recognition and response in pollen and pistil interactions. Jesson, L. Thesis, University of Toronto Luo, D. Origin of floral asymmetry in Antirrhinum.

Nature— Enantiostyly in Wachendorfia Haemodoraceae : the influence of reproductive systems on the maintenance of the polymorphism. Li, Q. Flexible style that encourages outcrossing. Nature plantsexual, Study on the flexistyly pollination mechanism in Alpinia plants Zingiberaceae.

Acta Bot. Plantsexual, S. How common is heterodichogamy? Trends Ecol. Gleeson, Plantsexual. Heterodichogamy in walnuts: inheritance and stable ratios. Evolution 36— Thompson, T. Inheritance of heterodichogamy in pecan. Sexual strategies in plants. A quantitative method for describing the gender of plants.

Delph, L. Sex-ratio variation in the gynodioecious shrub Hebe strictissima Scrophulariaceae. Evolution 44— Liston, A. Functional androdioecy in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata. El-Keblawy, A. Gender variation and the evolution of dioecy in Thymelaea hirsuta Thymelaeaceae. Pailler, T. Reproductive trait variation in the functionally dioecious and morphologically heterostylous island endemic Chassalia corallioides Rubiaceae.

Lebel-Hardenack, S. Genetics of sex determination in flowering plants. Trends Plant Sci. Wolfe, D. Sex determination in the androdioecious plant Datisca glomerataand its dioecious sister species, D. Genetics—


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Determining the ecological and genetic factors that govern sexual diversification in plants is today a central problem in evolutionary biology. The integration of phylogenetic, ecological and population-genetic studies have provided new insights into the selective mechanisms that are responsible for major evolutionary transitions between reproductive modes.

Flowers, the reproductive organs of angiosperms, are more varied than the equivalent structures of any other group of organisms, and flowering plants also have an unrivalled diversity of sexual systems. This variation provides outstanding opportunities for evolutionary and functional studies of the costs and benefits of alternative sexual strategies. The two main evolutionary transitions in sexual systems of flowering plants involve the shift from predominant outcrossing to predominant selfing, and the evolution of separate sexes from combined sexes.

Comparative studies indicate that these transitions have originated independently on numerous occasions in angiosperm families. Many floral mechanisms that have been traditionally interpreted as 'anti-selfing mechanisms' might have an alternative role in promoting fitness through male reproductive function by limiting gamete losses through pollen discounting.

This is particularly likely in self-incompatible plants because they are already protected from the harmful effects of inbreeding by physiological mechanisms. Sexual polymorphisms, such as heterostyly and enantiostyly, that are characterized by reciprocal herkogamy, function to increase the precision of animal-mediated cross-pollination, while reducing the costs that are associated with sexual interference between female and male sexual organs.

The principal cost is pollen wastage through self-pollination. The two main evolutionary routes for the origin of dioecy — the gynodioecy and monoecy pathways — differ in the types of gender variation on which selection acts, and in the relative importance of major versus minor genes that govern changes to sexuality. The fitness consequences of selfing and outcrossing, and the optimal allocation of resources to female and male function, are key factors that promote transitions to dioecy and other forms of gender dimorphism.

Flowering plants have a wide range of mating patterns, from obligate outcrossing to predominant selfing. Selfing is commonly associated with the annual life form, and uncertain pollination conditions implicate reproductive assurance as the principal mechanism that drives the evolution of autonomous modes of selfing in plants. Future work on plant sexual systems should abandon the myopic view of flowers as the sole reproductive unit and begin investigations into the functional interrelations between flowers, inflorescences and plant architecture, within the broader context of life-history evolution.

Charlesworth, D. Uyenoyama, M. A prospectus for new developments in the evolutionary theory of self-incompatibility. Pannell, J. Effects of drift, selection and population turnover on a mating-system polymorphism. Barrett, S. The comparative biology of pollination and mating in flowering plants.

B , — This paper uses comparative and phylogenetic analyses to show significant associations between mating systems and life history in plants. Weller, S. Using phylogenetic approaches for the analysis of plant breeding system evolution. Weiblen, G. Phylogenetic analysis of dioecy in monocotyledons. Cresswell, J. Manipulation of female architecture in flowers reveals a narrow optimum for pollen deposition. Ecology 81 , — Walker-Larson, J. Vestigial organs as opportunities for functional innovation: the example of the Penstemon staminode.

Evolution 55 , — Fetscher, A. Resolution of male—female conflict in a hermaphrodite flower. The first experimental demonstration that a floral trait can function to reduce female interference with pollen dispersal in a hermaphrodite plant. Lloyd, D. Inbreeding depression and its evolutionary consequences.

The classic review of the significance of inbreeding depression for the evolution of mating systems. Parental strategies of angiosperms. Self- and cross-fertilization in plants.

Functional dimensions. Plant Sci. Geber, M. Harder, L. The evolution and function of stylar polymorphisms in flowering plants. The first attempt to provide a unified explanation for the adaptive significance of the four main stylar polymorphisms in plants. Sexual polymorphisms in Narcissus triandrus Amaryllidaceae : is this species tristylous? Heredity 78 , — Heterostyly in the Lamiaceae: the case of Salvia brandegeei.

Plant Syst. Lewis, D. McCubbin, A. Molecular recognition and response in pollen and pistil interactions. Jesson, L.

Thesis, University of Toronto Luo, D. Origin of floral asymmetry in Antirrhinum. Nature , — Enantiostyly in Wachendorfia Haemodoraceae : the influence of reproductive systems on the maintenance of the polymorphism. Li, Q. Flexible style that encourages outcrossing. Nature , Study on the flexistyly pollination mechanism in Alpinia plants Zingiberaceae.

Acta Bot. Renner, S. How common is heterodichogamy? Trends Ecol. Gleeson, S. Heterodichogamy in walnuts: inheritance and stable ratios. Evolution 36 , — Thompson, T. Inheritance of heterodichogamy in pecan.

Sexual strategies in plants. A quantitative method for describing the gender of plants. Delph, L. Sex-ratio variation in the gynodioecious shrub Hebe strictissima Scrophulariaceae. Evolution 44 , — Liston, A. Functional androdioecy in the flowering plant Datisca glomerata.

El-Keblawy, A. Gender variation and the evolution of dioecy in Thymelaea hirsuta Thymelaeaceae. Pailler, T. Reproductive trait variation in the functionally dioecious and morphologically heterostylous island endemic Chassalia corallioides Rubiaceae. Lebel-Hardenack, S. Genetics of sex determination in flowering plants. Trends Plant Sci. Wolfe, D. Sex determination in the androdioecious plant Datisca glomerata , and its dioecious sister species, D.

Genetics , — Parker, J. Sex chromosomes and sexual differentiation in flowering plants. Chromosomes Today 10 , — Louis, J. Cytokinins and differentiation process in Mercurialis annua. Plant Physiol. Yin, T. Tests of a mechanistic model of one hormone regulating both sexes in Cucumis sativus Cucurbitaceae.

Maurice, S. Evolution of dioecy: can nuclear cytoplasmic interactions select for maleness? Heredity 73 , — Schultz, S. Nucleo-cytoplasmic male sterility and alternative routes to dioecy.

Evolution 48 , — The maintenance of gynodioecy and androdioecy in a metapopulation. Evolution 51 , 10—20 The first use of metapopulation theory to inform understanding of the evolution and maintenance of plant sexual systems. Gender variation in Wurmbea Liliaceae and the evolution of dioecy. Wolfe, L. The ecology of sex expression in a gynodioecious Israeli desert shrub Ochradenus baccatus. Ecology 78 , — Factors affecting the relative seed fitness and female frequency in a gynodioecious species, Silene acaulis.

From pollen dynamics to adaptive dynamics. Plant Species Biol. Sarkissian, T. Gender variation in Sagittaria latifolia Alismataceae : is size all that matters? Ecology 82 , — Dioecy and its correlates. Repeated evolution of monoecy in Siparunaceae Laurales.

Kohn, J. Outcrossing rates and inferred levels of inbreeding depression in gynodioecious Cucurbita foetidissima Cucurbitaceae. Heredity 75 , 77—83 Evolution of unisexuality in the Hawaiian flora: a test of microevolutionary theory.

Evolution 50 , — Sakai, A. Evolution of gynodioecy and maintenance of females: the role of inbreeding depression, outcrossing rates and resource allocation in Schiedea adamantis Caryophyllaceae. Evolution 51 , — Seger, J. Evolution of sexual systems and sex allocation in plant species when growth and reproduction overlap. Can females benefit from selfing avoidance? Genetic associations and the evolution of plant gender.

B — Takebayashi, N. An association between a floral trait and inbreeding depression. Evolution 54 , — The first empirical evidence for a genetic association between a sexual trait that influences mating and loci that determine fitness. Chawla, B. Breakdown of self-incompatibility in tetraploid Lycopersicon peruvianum : inheritance and expression of S -related proteins.

Miller, J. Polyploidy and the evolution of gender dimorphism. Science , — Willis, J. Effects of different levels of inbreeding on fitness components in Mimulus guttatus. Evolution 47 , — Carr, D. The effects of five generations of enforced selfing on potential male and female function. Eckert, C. Contributions of autogamy and geitonogamy to self-fertilization in a mass flowering, clonal plant. Reusch, T. Fitness-consequences of geitonogamous selfing in a clonal marine angiosperm Zostera marina.

A pioneering study that uses microsatellites to estimate mating patterns and provides evidence that clonal reproduction promotes geitonogamous selfing. A clarification of pollen discounting and its joint effects with inbreeding depression on mating system evolution. Mating cost of large floral displays in hermaphrodite plants. The first experimental evidence that large floral displays can exert a male mating cost as a result of geitonogamous pollen discounting, with important implications for floral evolution.

The mating consequences of sexual segregation within inflorescences of flowering plants. Dorken, M. The evolution and maintenance of monoecy and dioecy in Sagittaria latifolia. Evolution 56 , 31—41 Heilbuth, J. Lower species richness in dioecious clades. By using sister-group comparisons, this study provides the first evidence in plants of differences in species richness between clades with contrasting sexual systems. The consequences of dioecy for seed dispersal: modeling the seed-shadow handicap.

Johnson, S. Phylogeny and radiation of pollination systems in Disa Orchidaceae. Hodges, S. Spurring plant diversification: are floral nectar spurs a key innovation? Reconstruction of the evolution of reproductive characters in Pontederiaceae using phylogenetic evidence from chloroplast DNA restriction-site variation. Schoen, D. Evolutionary history of the mating system in Amsinckia Boraginaceae.

Goodwillie, C. Multiple origins of self-compatibility in Linanthus section Leptosiphon Polemoniaceae : phylogenetic evidence from internal-transcribed-spacer sequence data. Evolution 53 , — References 69—71 use molecular data to reconstruct the phylogenetic histories of outcrossing and selfing in different taxa of flowering plants — all three studies show multiple origins of selfing from outcrossing.

Jump to navigation. On the occasion of the exhibition of visionary artist and healer Emma Kunz , the Serpentine Galleries' General Ecology project presented an evening of talks, screenings and performances reflecting on the long and deep relationship between botany and eroticism.

Read more. Producer: Holly Shuttleworth. Serpentine Galleries presented the third installment of this symposium and research project, presented as part of the General Ecology project.

The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish with Plants brought together scientists, anthropologists, artists and theologians around plant sentience, plant intelligence, communication with the vegetal world and forms of mysticism and healing. View Event. The Serpentine presented the first UK solo exhibition by the late Swiss visionary artist, healer and researcher Emma Kunz — that featured over 40 of her rarely seen drawings.

View Exhibition. Serpentine Galleries. Share this Event Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Exhibition Emma Kunz - Visionary Drawings: An exhibition conceived with Christodoulos Panayiotou 23 Mar to 19 May The Serpentine presented the first UK solo exhibition by the late Swiss visionary artist, healer and researcher Emma Kunz — that featured over 40 of her rarely seen drawings.

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