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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
415Clarifying the Conservation Status of Northern California Black Walnut (Juglans hindsii) Using Microsatellite MarkersHybrids and HybridizationPotter, Daniel; Dangl, Gerald; Bartosh, Heath; Bittman, Roxanne; Preece, John.Hybridization
SSR
species distributions
native species
87Floral color differences in Nicotiana allopolyploids: the genetic and biochemical basisHybrids and HybridizationMcCarthy, Elizabeth; Berardi, Andrea; Lawhorn, Amber; Kurti, Amelda; Giovannoni, James; Smith, Stacey; LITT, AMY.anthocyanins
flavonols
floral color
Hybridization
Nicotiana
Polyploidy
250Flower scent as a potential reproductive barrier in a Hawaiian plant lineageHybrids and HybridizationPowers, John; Sakai, Ann; Weller, Stephen; Campbell, Diane.Hybridization
Floral volatiles
barriers
pollination
microlepidoptera
481Hybridization and gene flow among tomatillo (Physalis) species in the Southwestern Region of North AmericaHybrids and HybridizationPretz, Chelsea; Smith, Stacey .Physalis
pollination
hybridization 
mechanisms of gene flow
288The assessment of interspecific hybridization between Baptisia arachnifera and Baptisia lecontei using Sequence-Related Amplified Polymorphism (SRAP) markersHybrids and HybridizationHankins, Kayla; Brenek, Austin; Randle, Christopher P.; Pascarella, John.Baptisia
introgression
Hybridization
Sequence Related Amplified Polymorphism
229The transcriptomic drivers of ecological divergence after recurrent allopolyploidization in Dactylorhiza (Orchidaceae)Hybrids and HybridizationWolfe, Thomas; Francisco, Balao Robles; Emiliano Trucchi, Trucchi; Maite, Lorenzo; Juliane, Baar; Ovidiu, Paun.Polyploidy
RNA-Seq
Differential gene expression
Homeolog expression bias
Expression level dominance

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