Cavitation resistance appears to be genetic, making it useful as a predictor of drought resistance.
New study suggests that rewetting peatland forests could increase their climate change mitigation function.
Flowering phenology appears to have a strong genetic component, and may serve as a barrier to hybridization
For the first time, estimates of comparative seed yield and number for over 800 annuals and their predictor equations have been produced and the ecological importance of these regenerative traits has been illustrated.
Johnsongrass has been described as one of the world’s worst weeds, but what makes it so invasive?
Both within a plant and within a population, trait variability increases with unpredictable precipitation.
Community structure is most likely regulated by both elevation and soil nitrogen availability.
Diversity of parental environments could have comparable effects to genetic diversity in Arabidopsis.
It’s the differences in individuals that make one Protea more successful than another.
Invasive species might suffer from a change in conditions in tidal areas, but their hybrid offspring may have genes to survive.