Climate and host genotype jointly shape tree phenology, disease levels and insect attacks

Maria Faticov, Adam Ekholm, Tomas Roslin & Ayco Tack
One of the best known ecological consequences of climate change is the advancement of spring phenology. Yet, we lack insights into how changes in climate interact with intraspecific genetic variation in shaping spring and autumn phenology, and how such changes in phenology will translate into seasonal dynamics of tree-associated organisms. To elucidate the impact of warming and tree genotype on spring and autumn phenology, as well as the consequences for the population dynamics of a...
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