Dynamic Phenotypic Plasticity in Photosynthesis and Biomass Patterns in Douglas-Fir Seedlings

As climate changes, understanding the mechanisms long-lived conifers use to adapt becomes more important. Light gradients within a forest stand vary constantly with the changes in climate, and the minimum light required for survival plays a major role in plant community dynamics. This study focuses on the dynamic plasticity of Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca … Read moreDynamic Phenotypic Plasticity in Photosynthesis and Biomass Patterns in Douglas-Fir Seedlings