A framework for understanding the relationship between environment and vegetation based on the surface area to volume ratio of leaves.
1. Existing data show that the surface area to volume ratio (Λ) of leaves generally decreases along both aridity and altitudinal gradients. That results in the relations: Λ decreases as it gets drier and hotter, as well as wetter and colder. Thus variat
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