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- Ramos-Segura, A., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Marine pollution bulletin 2018 v.134 pp. 49-54
- Posidonia oceanica; climate change; flowering; heat; heterozygosity; leaves; seagrasses; sexual reproduction; water pollution
- ... Sexual reproduction in predominantly clonal marine plants increases recombination favoring adaptation and enhancing species resilience to environmental change. Recent studies of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica suggest that flowering intensity and frequency are correlated with warming events associated with global climate change, but these studies have been observational without direct experimental ...