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Abstract Background and Aims The Arctic tundra, with its extreme temperatures and short growing season, is evolutionarily young and harbors one of the most species-poor floras on Earth. Arctic species often show little phenotypic and genetic divergence across circumpolar ranges. However, strong...
Abstract Background Woody plants (trees and shrubs) play an important role in terrestrial ecosystems, but their size and longevity make them difficult subjects for traditional experiments. In the last 20 years functional–structural plant models (FSPMs) have evolved: they consider the interplay...
Annals of Botany doi: 10.1093/aob/mcab085 This paper is a commentary on ‘Expansion of the rare Eucalyptus risdonii under climate change through hybridisation with a closely related species despite hybrid inferiority’. Due to an error in production, this commentary published in advance of the...
Abstract Background and Aims Some Caryophyllales species accumulate abnormally large shoot sodium (Na) concentrations in nonsaline environments. It is not known whether this is a consequence of altered Na partitioning between roots and shoots. This paper tests the hypotheses (1) that Na...
Abstract Background and Aims Cyanobacteria associated with mosses represent a main nitrogen (N) source in pristine, high latitude and altitude ecosystems due to their ability to fix N2. However, despite progress made regarding moss-cyanobacteria association, the factors driving the large...
Of all the attributes of plants, leaf size is one of the most widely considered – across evolutionary, ecological and biophysical contexts, and spanning back centuries. Yet despite comprehensive global repositories of collated plant traits (Kattge et al., 2020), measures of leaf size are...
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