Transgenerational impacts of herbivory and inbreeding on reproductive output in Solanum carolinense

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Title Transgenerational impacts of herbivory and inbreeding on reproductive output in Solanum carolinense
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  1. Chad T Nihranz
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  1. fitness; flower and fruit production; herbivory; horsenettle; inbreeding depression; Manduca sexta; maternal effects; seed germination; Solanaceae; transgenerational effects
DOI doi:10.26207/bps0-at80
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