The phenotypic response of co-occurring Banksia species to warming and drying
Projected warmer and drier climates are expected to impact heavily on plant diversity in Mediterranean-climate ecosystems, but experimental investigations of sensitivity and adaptive capacity are needed to better understand species responses. Here, we examine the effects of warming and drying on growth and allocation in seedlings from populations of two co-occurring Banksia shrub species from south-west Western Australia. We hypothesised that the species would show ecological divergence in...[Show more]
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