Data from: Variation in seasonal timing traits and life history along a latitudinal transect in Mimulus ringens

James Sobel & Kelly Vest
Seasonal timing traits are commonly under recurrent, spatially-variable selection, and are therefore predicted to exhibit clinal variation. Temperate perennial plants often require vernalization to prompt growth and reproduction; however, little is known about whether vernalization requirements change across the range of a broadly distributed species. We performed a critical vernalization duration study in Mimulus ringens, coupled with population genomic analysis. Plants from 8 populations spanning the latitudinal range were exposed to varying durations of 4°C...
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