Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Examining the Interplay between Vascular Constraints and Plant Responses to Environmental Heterogeneity.

Thorn, Alexandra.


  • Abstract: Environmental heterogeneity is ubiquitous in natural ecosystems, and plants, like other organisms, are constrained by their ability to make use of patchily distributed resources and to respond to localized stressors. Plants have developed numerous plastic responses to deal with environmental heterogeneity, but many of these responses are constrained by vascular architecture--the anatomic... read more
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