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The Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora

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554Alpine plant responses to climate variation: long-term trends and experimental insights from the Niwot Ridge LTERThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Emery, Nancy.Rocky Mountains
alpine
Niwot Ridge
LTER
climate change
phenology
tundra
long-term research
119Climate change and the evolutionary ecology of plant infectious diseaseThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Miller, Ian.disease ecology
climate change
epidemiology
769Conservation for Nutrition: Importance of Conserving Wild Edible Plant Habitat for Food Security, Cultural Identity, and Planetary Health in the Northern Rocky MountainsThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Ahmed, Selena; Dupuis, Virgil; Smith, Erin; Warne, Teresa.Planetary Health
1044Evolution of vernalization requirements across an elevational cline in Streptanthus tortuosusThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Bontrager, Megan; Suglia, Elena; Davis, John; Schmitt, Johanna; Maloof, Julin; Gremer, Jennifer.adaptation
life history
elevation gradients
phenology
vernalization
350The effect of pollen parasites and pollinators on flower morphology: Evidence from two species of Penstemon (Plantaginaceae) from the Intermountain WestThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Rodriguez-Peña, Rosa A.; Rodriguez-Peña, Rosa A.; Wolfe, Andi.pollen-collecting bees
reproductive biology
pollination ecology
floral morphology
flower size
387The evolution and ecology of apomixis in Boechera of the Northern Rocky MountainsThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Rushworth, Catherine.evolution of sex
hybridization
apomixis
Boechera
evolutionary ecology
6The Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West FloraThe Hills are Alive: Ecology and Evolution of the Intermountain West Flora Rushworth, Catherine; Wadgymar, Susana.

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