Botanists found evidence for the effects of climate change stored in herbaria.
A combination of morphological and physiological traits contribute to drought mortality, along with responses to night warming.
How does 18 years of experimental warming influence the bryophyte communities of sub-arctic heath and meadow ecosystems of northern Sweden?
The research suggests that different categories of species have dissimilar seed germination niches, which contributes to explaining their coexistence.
Winter annual Arabidopsis ecotypes have a distinct advantage over summer annuals in expected global warming scenarios.
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Species richness and effective number of species decreased under experimental warming in meadow environments.