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Pollen competition, nonrandom fertilization, and progeny fitness: a reply to Charlesworth



Pollen competition, nonrandom fertilization, and progeny fitness: a reply to Charlesworth



American Naturalist 132(2): 303-308



Pollen competition is briefly discussed in relation to a critique published by D. Charlesworth (see American Naturalist (1988) 132, 298-302).

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