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Camilla Lorange Lindberg currently works at the Faculty of BioScience, Dept of PlantScience, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). Camilla does research in Evolutionary Biology, Ecology and Botany.
The grass family Poaceae is among the largest and most successful plant families, both ecologically and economically. It covers a wide geographic, climatic, and ecological range and contains many of the world's most important crops including wheat, barley, rice, maize, and sorghum, as well as many forage and biofuel species. Both wild and cultivate...
Semelparous annual plants flower a single time during their one‐year life cycle, investing much of their energy into rapid reproduction. In contrast, iteroparous perennial plants flower multiple times over several years, and partition their resources between reproduction and persistence. To which extent evolutionary transitions between life cycle s...