Environmental responses of climatic races of Achillea

[by] Jens Clausen, David D. Keck [and] William M. Hiesey.
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Carnegie Institution of Washington , Washington, D.C
Yarrow, Plant ecology., Adaptation (Biology), Botany, Experim
SeriesCarnegie Institution of Washington. Publication, 581, Experimental studies on the nature of species, 3
ContributionsKeck, David Daniels, 1903-, Hiesey, William McKinely, 1903-
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Paginationiii, 129 p. illus. ;
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Keck, William M. The researches of Clausen, Keck and Hiesey on natural variation have almost acquired a classic reputation. In their third contribution they described the variation encountered in North American material of Achillea species together with a few samples from Scandinavia.

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A norm of reaction is a graph that shows the relationship between genes and environmental factors when phenotypic differences are continuous. They can help illustrate GxE interactions. When the norm of reaction is not. A cytogeographic study was made of the tetraploid and hexaploid forms ofAchillea millefolium L.

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