Understanding the importance of intrapopulation functional variability and phenotypic plasticity in Quercus suber
Climate is one of the main abiotic factors influencing natural selection patterns. Year-to-year variation in climate is postulated to elicit temporal shifts in the direction and form of selection. Here, we examine the importance of trait means and plasticities for fitness under interannual variation in rainfall and assess the shifts in selection in cork oak. We performed selection analyses using the progeny of 45 mother trees established in a common garden experiment across two consecutive...[Show more]
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