Phenotypic plasticity in Pinus pinaster δ13C: environment modulates genetic variation

@article{Corcuera2011PhenotypicPI,
  title={Phenotypic plasticity in Pinus pinaster δ13C: environment modulates genetic variation},
  author={Leyre Corcuera and Eustaquio Gil-Pelegrin and Eduardo Notivol},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={67},
  pages={812-812}
}
• Carbon isotope composition (δ13C) is a complex trait involved in acclimation, adaptive processes and related to water use efficiency (WUE) and/or productivity. • To estimate the genetic variation in δ13C and growth (h), their relationship, and the genotype by environment interaction effect in both variables, we analyzed three Pinus pinaster populations and six to ten families per population, in two experimental trial sites and in two consecutive years. • δ13C increased in the drier site (from… CONTINUE READING
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