Data from: Spatio-temporal variation in fitness responses to contrasting environments in Arabidopsis thaliana

Moises Exposito-Alonso, Adrian C. Brennan, Carlos Alonso-Blanco & F. Xavier Pico
The evolutionary response of organisms to global climate change is expected to be strongly conditioned by pre-existing standing genetic variation. In addition, natural selection imposed by global climate change on fitness-related traits can be heterogeneous over time. We estimated selection of life-history traits of an entire genetic lineage of the plant A. thaliana occurring in north-western Iberian Peninsula that were transplanted over multiple years into two environmentally contrasting field sites in southern Spain, as southern...
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