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- Gotthard, Karl, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Oikos 2016 v.125 no.5 pp. 622-628
- Brassicaceae; flowering; global warming; growing season; herbivores; phenotypic plasticity; temperature
- ... Little is known about the extent to which observed phenological responses to changes in climate are the result of phenotypic plasticity or genetic changes. We also know little about how plasticity, in terms of thermal reaction norms, vary spatially. We investigated if the thermal reaction norms for flower development of five crucifer species (Brassicaceae) differed among three regions along a sout ...