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    In flowering plants, transitions from bisexuality to unisexuality occur often, and have been considered irreversible. A new experimental evolution study demonstrates that this is unlikely to be true - 'leaky' sex expression can promote reversions to hermaphroditism when mates are scarce. Crown Copyright © 2021. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Spencer C H Barrett. Plant sex: Best to be bisexual when mates are scarce. Current biology : CB. 2021 Mar 22;31(6):R298-R300


    PMID: 33756144

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