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    • Traditional plant functional groups poorly explain plant trait variation in the tundra biome 

      Thomas HD; Myers-Smith IH; Bjorkman AD; Elmendorf SC; Blok D; Cornelissen JHC; Forbes BC; Hollister R; Normand S; Prevéy JS; Rixen C; Schaepman-Strub G; Wilmking M; Wipf S; Cornwell W; Kattge J; Goetz S; Guay K; Alatalo J; Anadon-Rosell A; Angers-Blondin S; Berner LT; Björk RG; Buchwal A; Buras A; Carbognani M; Christie K; Collier LS; Cooper EJ; Frei ER; Grau O; Grogan P; Hallinger M; Heijmans MMPD; Hermanutz L; Hudson JMG; Hülber K; Iturrate-Garcia M; Iversen CM; Jaroszynska F; Johnstone J; Kaarlejärvi E; Kulonen A; Lamarque L; Levesque E; Little CJ; Michelsen A; Milbau A; Nabe-Nielsen J; Nielsen SS; Ninot JM; Oberbauer S; Olofsson J; Onipchenko V; Petraglia A; Rumpf; SB; Semenchuk PR; Soudzilovskaia N; Spasojevic M; Speed JDM; Tape K; Te Beest M; Tomaselli M; Trant A; Treier U; Venn S; Vowles T; Weijers S; Zamin T; Atkin O; Bahn M; Blonder B; Campetella G; Cerabolini BEL; Chapin FS; Dainese M; de Vries FT; Díaz S; Green W; Jackson R; Manning P; Niinemets Ü; Ozinga WA; Peñuelas J; Reich P; Schamp B; Sheremetev S; van Bodegom PM (2018)
      Aim Plant functional groups are widely used in community ecology and earth system modelling to describe trait variation within and across plant communities. However, this approach rests on the assumption that functional ...