Evolution of marginal populations of an invasive vine increases the likelihood of future spreadAuthor(s): Francis F. Kilkenny; Laura F. Galloway
Source: New Phytologist. 209: 1773-1780.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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The prediction of invasion patterns may require an understanding of intraspecific differentiation in invasive species and its interaction with climate change. We compare Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) plants from the core (100-150 yr old) and northern margin (< 65 yr old) of their North American invaded range to determine whether evolution during invasion increases the probability of future expansion.
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Kilkenny, Francis F.; Galloway, Laura F. 2015. Evolution of marginal populations of an invasive vine increases the likelihood of future spread. New Phytologist. 209: 1773-1780.
Keywordsadaptive evolution, climate change, common garden, contemporary evolution, invasive species, range expansion, response functions
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