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I've been told some interesting facts about oenothera. Apparently in this species some lineages have been through some translocations and in results to these translocations and in consequence, some chromosomes are inherited exclusively through the female function while some other chromosomes are inherited only through the male function.

Can you please provide a summary description of how things work in this species concerning the meiosis, the haplo-diplontic life cycle and the recombination?

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