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Functional traits influence patterns in vegetative and reproductive plant phenology – a multi‐botanical garden study

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Sporbert, Maria ; Jakubka, Desiree ; Bucher, Solveig Franziska ; Hensen, Isabell ; Freiberg, Martin ; Heubach, Katja ; König, Andreas ; Nordt, Birgit ; Plos, Carolin ; Blinova, Ilona ; Bonn, Aletta ; Knickmann, Barbara ; Koubek, Tomáš ; Linstädter, Anja ; Mašková, Tereza ; Primack, Richard B. ; Rosche, Christoph ; Shah, Manzoor A. ; Stevens, Albert‐Dieter ; Tielbörger, Katja ; Träger, Sabrina ; Wirth, Christian ; Römermann, Christine
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Phenology has emerged as key indicator of the biological impacts of climate change, yet the role of functional traits constraining variation in herbaceous species' phenology has received little attention. Botanical gardens are ideal places in which to investigate large numbers of species growing under common climate conditions. We ask whether interspecific variation in plant phenology is ...


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