Data from: Transgenerational effects of extreme weather: perennial plant offspring show modified germination, growth and stoichiometry

Julia Walter, David E. V. Harter, Carl Beierkuhnlein & Anke Jentsch
1) Climate change is predicted to increase the frequency and magnitude of extreme climatic events. These changes will directly affect plant individuals and populations and thus modify plant community composition. Little is known, however, about transgenerational effects (i.e. the influence of the parental environment on offspring phenotype and performance beyond the effects of transmitted genes) of climate extremes and community composition. Perennial plants have been particularly neglected. This impedes projections on species adaptations and population...
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