By Michael Fenner
What percentage seeds may still a plant produce, and the way frequently? Why and the way are seeds dispersed, and what are the consequences for the variety and composition of plants? those are a number of the questions tackled during this vast evaluate of the position of seeds in plant ecology. The textual content includes a wide selection of ideas of relevance to plant ecology, reflecting the relevant function of seed ecology in clarifying many basic facets of plant neighborhood functionality.
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