Interactive effects of A minimum January temperature (MinT) and mean annual precipitation (MAP) on germination percentage (GP) (p < 0.0001) and B MinT and MAP on mean germination time (MGT) (p < 0.0001) show greater and faster germination associated with populations from cold-and-dry and hot-and-humid climates. Both response variables are log10 transformed to meet model assumptions.

  Part of: Lakoba VT, Welbaum GE, Seiler JR, Barney JN (2021) A perennial invader’s seed and rhizome differ in cold tolerance and apparent local adaptation. NeoBiota 70: 1-21.