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  • Lespedeza herbivory: Arabidopsis BioCON evolutionary study
  • Tiffin, Peter
  • 2018-02-13
  • We know a lot about the potential ecological effects of increasing concentrations to atmospheric CO2; however, we know relatively little about whether increased concentrations will also affect evolution. In collaboration with Jennifer Lau (KBS and Michigan State University), Peter Reich (U of MN Forestry) and Ruth Shaw (U of MN EEB) we are using a combination traditional quantitative genetic and QTL approaches to determine the effect elevated CO2 has on; patterns of selection, responses to selection, and the genetic basis of phenotypic variation.
  • N: 45.44138      S: 45.384865      E: -93.16289      W: -93.22445
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/69d6b61d4287ad7a396a5ace90137414

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