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Palaeo-ecophysiological perspectives on plant responses to global change


Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11(1): 20-23
Palaeo-ecophysiological perspectives on plant responses to global change
Taxonomic classifications of plant species, based on morphological characteristics, provide a stable and robust approach for inferring taxonomic and phylogenetic relationships between extant and extinct species.

Accession: 002914722

PMID: 21237746

DOI: 10.1016/0169-5347(96)81060-3

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