Data from: Field heritability of a plant adaptation to fire in heterogeneous landscapes

Maria Clara Castellanos, Santiago C. González-Martínez & Juli G. Pausas
The strong association observed between fire regimes and variation in plant adaptations to fire suggests a rapid response to fire as an agent of selection. It also suggests that fire-related traits are heritable, a precondition for evolutionary change. One example is serotiny, the accumulation of seeds in unopened fruits or cones until the next fire, an important strategy for plant population persistence in fire-prone ecosystems. Here, we evaluate the potential of this trait to respond...
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