Polyploidy affects the seed, dormancy and seedling characteristics of a perennial grass, conferring an advantage in stressful climates

Citation

Stevens, A, Nicotra, A, Godfree, R et al. 2020, 'Polyploidy affects the seed, dormancy and seedling characteristics of a perennial grass, conferring an advantage in stressful climates', Plant Biology, vol. 22, pp. 500-513.

Year

2020

Fields of Research

  • Life Histories
  • Ecological Physiology
  • Population Ecology

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