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Why equalising trade-offs aren't always neutral

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I discuss the possibility that seed size could be a neutral trait. I present the results of a modelling exercise that shows that under most realistic scenarios, this is really not possible, as small-seeded species have an in-built advantage. It therefore seems that the idea of equalising trade-offs is not so simple as it first appears.

This talk is part of the Plant Sciences Departmental Seminars series.

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