Does the coefficient of variation reflect developmental instability in plants?
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Developmental stability or homeostasis refers to the ability of an individual to produce a consistent phenotype in a given environment (Graham et al. 1993). Reduced developmental stability can result from a wide variety of environmentally (or genetically) induced perturbations.
Source:Archives of Biological Sciences, 2005, 57, 3, 247-248