Differences in spatial versus temporal reaction norms for spring and autumn phenological events

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Maria del Mar Delgadoa,1,2, Tomas Roslinb,2, Gleb Tikhonovc, Evgeniy Meyked, Coong Loc, Eliezer Gurariee, Marina Abadonovaf, Ozodbek Abduraimovg, Olga Adrianovah, Tatiana Akimovai, Muzhigit Akkievj, Aleksandr Ananink,l, Elena Andreevam, Natalia Andriychukn, Maxim Antipino, Konstantin Arzamascevp, Svetlana Babinaq, Miroslav Babushkinr, Oleg Bakins, Anna Barabancovat, Inna Basilskajau, Nina Belovav, Natalia Belyaevaw, Tatjana Bespalovax, Evgeniya Bisikalovay, Anatoly Bobretsovz, Vladimir Bobrovaa, Vadim Bobrovskyibb, Elena Bochkarevacc,dd, Gennady Bogdanovee, Vladimir Bolshakovff, Svetlana Bondarchukgg, Evgeniya Bukharovak,3, Alena Butuninax, Yuri Buyvolovhh, Anna Buyvolovaii, Yuri Bykovjj, Elena Chakhirevas, Olga Chashchinakk, Nadezhda Cherenkovall, Sergej Chistjakovmm, Svetlana Chuhontsevai, Evgeniy A. Davydovcc,nn, Viktor Demchenkooo, Elena Diadichevaoo, Aleksandr Dobrolyubovpp, Ludmila Dostoyevskayaqq, Svetlana Drovninall, Zoya Drozdovajj, Akynaly Dubanaevrr, Yuriy Dubrovsky... & Kurhinen , J 2020 , ' Differences in spatial versus temporal reaction norms for spring and autumn phenological events ' , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America , vol. 117 , no. 49 , pp. 31249-31258 . https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2002713117

Title: Differences in spatial versus temporal reaction norms for spring and autumn phenological events
Author: Maria del Mar Delgadoa,1,2, Tomas Roslinb,2, Gleb Tikhonovc, Evgeniy Meyked, Coong Loc, Eliezer Gurariee, Marina Abadonovaf, Ozodbek Abduraimovg, Olga Adrianovah, Tatiana Akimovai, Muzhigit Akkievj, Aleksandr Ananink,l, Elena Andreevam, Natalia Andriychukn, Maxim Antipino, Konstantin Arzamascevp, Svetlana Babinaq, Miroslav Babushkinr, Oleg Bakins, Anna Barabancovat, Inna Basilskajau, Nina Belovav, Natalia Belyaevaw, Tatjana Bespalovax, Evgeniya Bisikalovay, Anatoly Bobretsovz, Vladimir Bobrovaa, Vadim Bobrovskyibb, Elena Bochkarevacc,dd, Gennady Bogdanovee, Vladimir Bolshakovff, Svetlana Bondarchukgg, Evgeniya Bukharovak,3, Alena Butuninax, Yuri Buyvolovhh, Anna Buyvolovaii, Yuri Bykovjj, Elena Chakhirevas, Olga Chashchinakk, Nadezhda Cherenkovall, Sergej Chistjakovmm, Svetlana Chuhontsevai, Evgeniy A. Davydovcc,nn, Viktor Demchenkooo, Elena Diadichevaoo, Aleksandr Dobrolyubovpp, Ludmila Dostoyevskayaqq, Svetlana Drovninall, Zoya Drozdovajj, Akynaly Dubanaevrr, Yuriy Dubrovsky...; Kurhinen, Juri
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS)
Date: 2020-12-08
Language: eng
Number of pages: 10
Belongs to series: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
ISSN: 0027-8424
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/333661
Abstract: For species to stay temporally tuned to their environment, they use cues such as the accumulation of degree-days. The relationships between the timing of a phenological event in a population and its environmental cue can be described by a population-level reaction norm. Variation in reaction norms along environmental gradients may either intensify the envi- ronmental effects on timing (cogradient variation) or attenu- ate the effects (countergradient variation). To resolve spatial and seasonal variation in species’ response, we use a unique dataset of 91 taxa and 178 phenological events observed across a network of 472 monitoring sites, spread across the nations of the former Soviet Union. We show that compared to local rates of advancement of phenological events with the advancement of temperature-related cues (i.e., variation within site over years), spatial variation in reaction norms
Subject: chilling
climate change
heating
phenology
plasticity
TEMPERATURE-MEDIATED SHIFTS
1ST FLOWERING DATES
PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY
CLIMATE-CHANGE
EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE
ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES
LOCAL ADAPTATION
PLANT
COUNTERGRADIENT
METAANALYSIS
1181 Ecology, evolutionary biology
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