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dc.contributor.authorWessinger, Carolyn A.
dc.contributor.authorHileman, Lena C.
dc.identifier.citationWessinger, C.A., Hileman, L.C. 2020. Parallelism in Flower Evolution and Development in Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 51:1. doi; 10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-011720-124511en_US
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dc.description.abstractFlower evolution is characterized by widespread repetition, with adaptations to pollinator environment evolving in parallel. Recent studies have expanded our understanding of the developmental basis of adaptive floral novelties—petal fusion, bilateral symmetry, heterostyly, and floral dimensions. In this article, we describe patterns of trait evolution and review developmental genetic mechanisms underlying floral novelties. We discuss the diversity of mechanisms for parallel adaptation, the evidence for constraints on these mechanisms, and how constraints help explain observed macroevolutionary patterns. We describe parallel evolution resulting from similarities at multiple hierarchical levels—genetic, developmental, morphological, functional—which indicate general principles in floral evolution, including the central role of hormone signaling. An emerging pattern is mutational bias that may contribute to rapid patterns of parallel evolution, especially if the derived trait can result from simple degenerative mutations. We argue that such mutational bias may be less likely to govern the evolution of novelties patterned by complex developmental pathways.en_US
dc.publisherAnnual Reviewsen_US
dc.rightsCopyright © 2020 by Annual Reviews. All rights reserveden_US
dc.subjectPetal fusionen_US
dc.subjectFlower symmetryen_US
dc.subjectNectar spuren_US
dc.subjectFlower developmenten_US
dc.titleParallelism in Flower Evolution and Developmenten_US
kusw.kuauthorHileman, Lena
kusw.kudepartmentEcology and Evolutionary Biology.en_US
kusw.oanotesAuthor obtained rights to share in KUSW: From: Hileman, Lena <> Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 12:36 PM To: Reed, Marianne A. <> Subject: Re: Submission to scholarworks

Dear Marianne,

This has been on my to-do list for a long time, but finally getting to it today! For the Scholar Works submission, I double checked with AREES and you are correct, the PDF uploaded should not be the final proof/pub but can be the final submitted document.

I have attached a PDF of the final paper in non-layout form. This document should be fine to upload to Scholar Works for others to have access. This can be alongside a link the to paper which may be behind a fire wall for some users.

***From: Hileman, Lena <> Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2020 11:34 AM To: Reed, Marianne A. <> Subject: Submission to scholarworks Dear Marianne, I have a recent paper out in a journal I was not able to pay for open access. I would like to make sure that this paper in its final format makes it onto scholarworks. I communicated with the editorial staff about the version that could be posted to KU scholarworks and they provided the link below. Also note that the version at this link will change a bit for the final production manuscript, but very slightly. I’d be happy to have this version or the soon to come version on scholarworks. Can you help with this? Thanks! Lena Lena Hileman Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas @LenaHileman From: Beckie McDonald <> Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 11:21 AM To: "Hileman, Lena" <> Subject: RE: AREES Parallelism in Flower Evolution and Development Hi Lena, The best way to share the manuscript is actually to post the eprint link. At the moment, it links to the Review in Advance, but once the volume is officially published, it will link to the final, corrected version of the article. The eprint link for your article is Thanks, Beckie From: Hileman, Lena <> Sent: Monday, September 21, 2020 1:36 PM To: Beckie McDonald <> Subject: AREES Parallelism in Flower Evolution and Development Hi Beckie, I see that our paper is out in ahead of print on the AREES website. My institution does not have a subscription to AREES and I’d like to make a version of the paper accessible. I recall from the author agreement that I can post the manuscript in one location (likely would be University of Kansas Scholar Works). Is this correct? Can you advise on which version I am allowed to post? And how I might have that version sent to me to be sure I’m posting the proper version? Thanks for your help. Lena Lena Hileman Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas @LenaHileman
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