Conditional cold avoidance drives between-population variation in germination behaviour in Calluna vulgaris.

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Across their range, widely distributed species are exposed to a variety of climatic and other environmental conditions, and accordingly may display variation in life history strategies. For seed germination in cold climates, two contrasting responses to variation in winter temperature have been documented: first, an increased ability to… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/aob/mct142

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@article{Spindelbck2013ConditionalCA, title={Conditional cold avoidance drives between-population variation in germination behaviour in Calluna vulgaris.}, author={Joachim Paul Spindelb{\"o}ck and Zo{\"e} Cook and Matthew Daws and Einar Heegaard and Inger Elisabeth M{\aa}ren and Vigdis Vandvik}, journal={Annals of botany}, year={2013}, volume={112 5}, pages={801-10} }