Data from: Can the environment have a genetic basis? a case study of seedling establishment in Arabidopsis thaliana

Michelle C. D'Aguillo, Brianne R. Edwards & Kathleen Donohue
The timing of seed germination determines the environment experienced by a plant’s most vulnerable life stage—the seedling. Germination is environmentally cued, and genotypes can differ in their sensitivity to environmental cues. When genotypes differ in their response to cues, and when cues accurately predict the post-germination environment, the post-germination environment experienced by seedlings can itself have a genetic basis and potential to evolve. We tested for genetic differences in the post-germination environment using Arabidopsis thaliana...
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