Proietti, Roberta and De Dato, Giovanbattista Domenico and Dettori, Sandro and Marchi, Maurizio and Monteverdi, Maria Cristina and Zucca, M. and Ducci, Fulvio (2017) One year monitoring of bud break phenology in a FAIR 202 (Grighine, Sardinia) international field test. In: International congress on cork oak trees and woodlands: conservation, management, products and challenges for the future: book of abstracts, 25-26 maggio 2017, Sassari, Italia. Sassari, Università degli studi di Sassari. p. 46. eISBN 978-88-907678-0-7. Conference or Workshop Item.
Phenology, the study of recurrent biological events and biotic and abiotic factors that determine them, allows to know how a species respond to seasonal environmental events. In phenological traits analysis, the variance components due to the climate effects as well as the genetic one are important. These traits are characterized by high heritability and genetic variability and are considered important adaptive traits, able to influence species distribution and fitness in response to variations of air temperature and water availability. The monitoring of phenology is considered a useful tool to investigate the species adaptability in a climate change scenario.
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