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Phenotypic plasticity of growth trajectories in two species of Lobelia in response to nutrient availability
Author(s): M. Pigliucci, P. Diiorio and C. D. Schlichting
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Journal of Ecology
Article Topic(s): Ecotype,Genetics,Nutrients
Research Setting(s): Garden
Species Referenced: Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal flower),
AbstractCompares phenotypic plasticity in genotypes and populations of Lobelia cardinalis and L. siphilitica. Phenotypic correlations and genetic variability were dependent on age and environment and differed between the species.
Suggested CitationM. Pigliucci, P. Diiorio and C. D. Schlichting. "Phenotypic plasticity of growth trajectories in two species of Lobelia in response to nutrient availability." Journal of Ecology 85.3 (1997): 265-276.