Monthly Archives: September 2012

Plants evolve greater phenotypic plasticity in invaded range

I’ve been interested in the expression of phenotypic plasticity by invasive plants since studying Melaleuca quinquenervia¬†population genetics for my dissertation. ¬†Often invasive plants seem to be able to grow in a wider range of habitats and perform better in their … Continue reading

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