Will among-population variation in seed traits improve the chance of species persistence under climate change?
Aim: Seed traits related to recruitment have direct relevance for plant fitness and persistence. Trait variation in time and among populations may increase species resilience and ultimately reduce the risk of extinction. However, patterns of among-population variation in critical recruitment traits remain poorly known and are often disregarded when considering extinction risk under future climates. Location: Global. Methods: In this paper we review and synthesize current knowledge about...[Show more]
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