The Ecology of Seeds

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Cambridge University Press, 24.02.2005 - 250 Seiten
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What determines the number and size of the seeds produced by a plant? How often should it reproduce them? Why and how are seeds dispersed, and what are the implications for the diversity and composition of vegetation? These are just some of the questions tackled in this wide-ranging review of the role of seeds in the ecology of plants. The text encompasses a wide range of concepts of general relevance to plant ecology, reflecting the central role that the study of seed ecology has played in elucidating many fundamental aspects of plant community function.
 

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Seite 181 - Augspurger, CK (1981) Reproductive synchrony of a tropical shrub: experimental studies on effects of pollinators and seed predators on Hybanthus prunifolius (Violaceae).

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Über den Autor (2005)

Michael Fenner is senior lecturer in ecology in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK.

Ken Thompson is a research fellow and an honorary senior lecturer in the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield, UK.

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