Environmental stress, heterozygote advantage and genotype-environment interaction in Arabidopsis2

@article{Pederson1968EnvironmentalSH,
  title={Environmental stress, heterozygote advantage and genotype-environment interaction in Arabidopsis2},
  author={D. G. Pederson},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1968},
  volume={23},
  pages={127-138}
}
A BASIC property of any set of plants is the type of response shown to environmental stress. Phenotypic stability has been measured both as the variability within single environments and as the constancy of means over a range of environments. Only the latter case will be considered here. Within both allogamous and autogamous species there may exist individual races highly stable to one or more classes of environmental stress. However, at least for outbreeding species, it is generally maintained… CONTINUE READING