Leaf gas exchange in Ipomopsis aggregata under manipulated snowmelt timing and summer precipitation

Jocelyn Navarro, John Powers, Ayaka Paul & Diane Campbell
Vegetative traits of plants can respond directly to changes in the environment, such as those occurring under climate change. That phenotypic plasticity could be adaptive, maladaptive, or neutral. We manipulated the timing of spring snowmelt and amount of summer precipitation in factorial combination and examined the responses of photosynthetic rate, stomatal conductance, and intrinsic water-use efficiency (iWUE) in the subalpine herb Ipomopsis aggregata. The experiment was repeated in three years differing in natural timing of...
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