Given a compact doubling metric measure space
What we mean by species and whether they have any biological reality has been debated since the early days of evolutionary biology. Some biologists even suggest that plant species are created by taxonomists as a subjective, artificial division of nature. However, the nature of plant species has been rarely tested critically with data while ignoring taxonomy. We integrate phenomic and genomic data collected across hundreds of individuals at a continental scale to investigate this question in
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 Scientific Reports
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 11
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 1
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