Data from: Floral reflectance, color, and thermoregulation: what really explains geographic variation in thermal acclimation ability of ectotherms?

Lacey E, Lovin M, Richter S, Herington D

Date Published: June 10, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dt392

 

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Title Spectral scans of reflectance for Pre-flowering spikes by pop
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Description This file shows the spectral scan results (362-850nm) for reflectance of spikes (clusters) of flowers just prior to stigma emergence in any flower. Spikes were collected from plants derived from 29 European populations and that were grown in growth chambers at a warm and cool temperature. File can be read with help from the ReadMe file.
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Lacey E, Lovin M, Richter S, Herington D (2010) Floral reflectance, color, and thermoregulation: what really explains geographic variation in thermal acclimation ability of ectotherms? The American Naturalist 175(3): 335-349. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/650442

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Lacey E, Lovin M, Richter S, Herington D (2010) Data from: Floral reflectance, color, and thermoregulation: what really explains geographic variation in thermal acclimation ability of ectotherms? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dt392
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