Common-garden experiment reveals clinal trends of bud phenology in black spruce populations from a latitudinal gradient in the boreal forest

Xiali Guo, Marcin Klisz, Radosław Puchałka, Roberto Silvestro, Patrick Faubert, Evelyn Belien, Sergio Rossi & Jianguo Huang
Climate warming is modifying the movement of air masses over Northern latitudes, producing warming and cooling events across the boreal regions. These new conditions changes may mismatch plant phenology from weather conditions, and affect the growing period of trees. Understanding the processes of local adaptation in bud phenology can help to predict the response of plants to these rapid and unexpected environmental changes. Our study monitored bud burst and bud set weekly during four growing...
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