Contrasting growth phenology of native and invasive forest shrubs mediated by genome size.

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Examination of the significance of genome size to plant invasions has been largely restricted to its association with growth rate. We investigated the novel hypothesis that genome size is related to forest invasions through its association with growth phenology, as a result of the ability of large-genome species to grow more effectively through cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/nph.13384

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@article{Fridley2015ContrastingGP, title={Contrasting growth phenology of native and invasive forest shrubs mediated by genome size.}, author={Jason D. Fridley and Ala{\"a} Craddock}, journal={The New phytologist}, year={2015}, volume={207 3}, pages={659-68} }