Data from: Conflicting selection on the timing of germination in a natural population of Arabidopsis thaliana

Reiko Akiyama & Jon Agren
The timing of germination is a key life-history trait that may strongly influence plant fitness and that sets the stage for selection on traits expressed later in the life cycle. In seasonal environments, the period favourable for germination and the total length of the growing season are limited. The optimal timing of germination may therefore be governed by conflicting selection through survival and fecundity. We conducted a field experiment to examine the effects of timing...
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