Data from: Variation in growth and defence traits among plant populations at different elevations: implications for adaptation to climate change

James Buckley, Alex Widmer, Mark C. Mescher & Consuelo M. De Moraes
Alpine plants occurring at high elevation are vulnerable to ongoing climate change, yet relatively little is known about the potential for high‐elevation species to adapt to changing environmental conditions. In particular, the extent to which high‐elevation plants will be able to resist predicted increases in the intensity of biotic interactions, such as herbivory, remains unclear. Species distributed across broad elevational ranges provide an opportunity to investigate evolutionary mechanisms and traits involved in adaptation to varying...
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