by Dobson, 2006), including Silene latifolia
(Caryophyllaceae; Dotterl and Jurgens, 2005) and Platanthera bifolia (Orchidaceae; Plepys et al.
grandiflora (Grant 1971), alfalfa looper moths were collected at flowers of Oregon grape (Landolt & Smithhisler 2003), and the silver Y moth is an abundant visitor at flowers of Silene latifolia (Brantjes 1976).
Importance of Floral Scent Compounds for the Interaction between Silene latifolia (Caryophyllaceae) and the Nursery Pollinator Hadena bicruris (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Tabla 1 Poblaciones analizadas y material usado para el estudio morfometrico en la seccion Elisanthe del genero Silene Taxa Localidad Silene dioica Poblacion 1 Espana: Leon, Puerto de las Senales Poblacion 2 Espana: Asturias, Puerto de Tarna Silene latifolia
Poblacion 1 Espana: Salamanca, Linares de Riofrio, Las Honfrias Poblacion 2 Espana: Salamanca, El Cabaco Poblacion 3 Espana: Salamanca, Robleda Silene marizii Poblacion 1 Portugal: Beira Alta, Guarda, Sabugal Poblacion 2 Portugal: Beira Alta, Mangualde Poblacion 3 Portugal: Beira Alta, Caramulo Poblacion 4 Espana: Salamanca.
Flow cytometry has also been used for analysis of DNA base-pair composition, including measuring quantitative differences between genomes of male and female individuals of the dioecious Silene latifolia
Meagher (1992) suggested that a narrow range in flower number among female plants was responsible for his finding only a weak relationship between female flower size and number in Silene latifolia
(white campion) is dioecious, with separate male and female individuals.
Previous work on pollinator attraction and floral traits for hosts affected by anther smut has focused on three species, Silene latifolia
(=Silene alba) (Alexander 1987, 1989, 1990, Shykoff and Bucheli 1995), Silene dioica (Hassan and MacDonald 1971, Lee 1981, Elmqvist et al.
An earlier paper in this series documented genetic variation for several sexually dimorphic traits in Silene latifolia
Sexual dimorphism in nuclear DNA content and floral morphology in populations of Silene latifolia
The data to be used in our examples are the location, disease status, and gender of 245 individual plants [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED] from a natural population of Silene latifolia
infected with an anther smut, Microbotryum violaceum (Alexander and Antonovics 1988).
In the present study, we examine the relationship between timing and amount of allocation to reproduction and overall resource allocation in the dioecious plant Silene latifolia
(synonymous with S.