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    • Plant-environment interactions through a functional traits perspective: a review of Italian studies 

      Chelli S; Marignani M; Barni E; Petraglia A; Puglielli G; Wellstein C; Acosta ATR; Bolpagni R; Bragazza L; Campetella G; Chiarucci A; Conti L; Nascimbene J; Orsenigo S; Pierce S; Ricotta C; Tardella FM; Abeli T; Aronne G; Bacaro G; Bagella S; Benesperi R; Bernareggi G; Bonanomi G; Bricca A; Brusa G; Buffa G; Burrascano S; Caccianiga M; Calabrese V; Canullo R; Carbognani M; Carboni M; Carranza ML; Catorci A; Ciccarelli D; Citterio S; Cutini M; Dalle Fratte M; De Micco V; Del Vecchio S; Di Martino L; Di Musciano M; Fantinato E; Filigheddu R; Frattaroli AR; Gentili R; Gerdol R; Giarrizzo E; Giordani P; Gratani L; Incerti G; Lussu M; Mazzoleni S; Mondoni A; Montagnani C; Montagnoli A; Paura B; Petruzzellis F; Pisanu S; Rossi G; Sgarbi E; Simonetti E; Siniscalco C; Slaviero A; Stanisci A; Stinca A; Tomaselli M (2019)
      Italy is among the European countries with the greatest plant diversity due to both a great environmental heterogeneity and a long history of man–environment interactions. Trait-based approaches to ecological studies have ...