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Morphological Marker Loci to Detect Selfing in Experimental Mimulus guttatus × Mimulus platycalyx Crosses

The Genomic Signal of Partial Sweeps in Mimulus guttatus

Estimating Heritabilities and Genetic Correlations with Marker-Based Methods: An Experimental Test in Mimulus guttatus

Genetic Determinants and Epistasis for Life History Trait Differences in the Common Monkeyflower, Mimulus guttatus

Inheritance of Pale Flower, Calyx Spotting, and Glandular Pubescence in Mimulus guttatus × M. platycalyx Progenies

Microsatellite variation and evolution in the Mimulus guttatus species complex with contrasting mating systems.

Tests for the joint evolution of mating system and drought escape in Mimulus

Effects of floral display size on male and female reproductive success in Mimulus ringens

Tests for the joint evolution of mating system and drought escape in Mimulus

The Standing Pool of Genomic Structural Variation in a Natural Population of Mimulus guttatus

Effects of Virus Infection of Mimulus guttatus (Phrymaceae) on Host Plant Quality for Meadow Spittlebugs, Philaenus spumarius (Hemiptera: Cercopidae)

Altered trans-Regulatory Control of Gene Expression in Multiple Anthocyanin Genes Contributes to Adaptive Flower Color Evolution in Mimulus aurantiacus

Duplication and Adaptive Evolution of a Key Centromeric Protein in Mimulus, a Genus with Female Meiotic Drive

Leaf shape evolution has a similar genetic architecture in three edaphic specialists within the Mimulus guttatus species complex

Is Floral Diversification Associated with Pollinator Divergence? Flower Shape, Flower Colour and Pollinator Preference in Chilean Mimulus

 

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(monkey flowers; family Plantaginaceae)

A genus comprising about 150 species of herbs that are much cultivated for their showy flowers. They occur in southern Africa, Asia, and especially in America.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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