Among-population variation in seed and leaf traits : implications for Western Australian banksia r.Br (proteaceae) in the context of climate change
Plant traits are fundamental components of the ecological strategies of plants, influencing how plants acquire and use resources. Selection pressures along environmental gradients often give rise to predictable variation leading to phenotypic variability. This variability can result from genetic differences or environmentally-induced phenotypic plasticity. Phenotypic plasticity is a key mechanism for rapid adjustment to environmental heterogeneity, potentially providing species with a greater...[Show more]
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