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Plants produce a considerable number of structures of one kind, like leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds, which are not identical. This paper provides an overview of current knowledge on traits that vary subindividually, the magnitude of subindividual variation, and its spatial patterning. Examples are presented on the consequences of subindividual variation for plants and consumers. Emerging links between genetics, epigenetics, subindividual variation, and population ecology are also considered.
Articles | Volume 17, issue 2
Web Ecol., 17, 51–64, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-17-51-2017

Special issue: Ecology Across Borders

Web Ecol., 17, 51–64, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-17-51-2017

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The ecology of subindividual variability in plants: patterns, processes, and prospects

Carlos M. Herrera

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Plants produce a considerable number of structures of one kind, like leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds, which are not identical. This paper provides an overview of current knowledge on traits that vary subindividually, the magnitude of subindividual variation, and its spatial patterning. Examples are presented on the consequences of subindividual variation for plants and consumers. Emerging links between genetics, epigenetics, subindividual variation, and population ecology are also considered.
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