A multi-scale exploration of the drivers and implications of germination strategy in Australian alpine plants
Alpine ecosystems are particularly sensitive to the effects of global warming because they are characterized by species adapted to low temperatures. Although adapted to low temperatures, alpine plants may still be capable of persisting under a changing climate and this will largely be dependent on the ability of their seeds to germinate, establish and reproduce in situ, or after dispersal to new sites. The effects of climate change on regeneration from seeds...[Show more]
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