Root phenology in a changing climate.

  title={Root phenology in a changing climate.},
  author={Laura Radville and M Luke McCormack and Eric Post and David M. Eissenstat},
  journal={Journal of experimental botany},
  volume={67 12},
Plant phenology is one of the strongest indicators of ecological responses to climate change, and altered phenology can have pronounced effects on net primary production, species composition in local communities, greenhouse gas fluxes, and ecosystem processes. Although many studies have shown that aboveground plant phenology advances with warmer temperatures, demonstration of a comparable association for belowground phenology has been lacking because the factors that influence root phenology… CONTINUE READING
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