Browsing POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH OUTPUTS by Subject "abiotic"
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Evolution of fast-growing and more resistant phenotypes in introduced common mullein (Verbascum thapsus) (British Ecological Society, 2013)1. Species introduced into areas outside of their native range face novel biotic and abiotic conditions, which probably impose novel selection pressures. Adaptation to these new conditions may increase the ability of ...