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Competition between two invasive Hydrocharitaceae (Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) (Royle) and Egeria densa (Planch)) as influenced by sediment fertility and season
Competition between two invasive plants of similar growth form, Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) (Royle) and Egeria densa (Planch), was studied in response to season and sediment fertility. These two… Expand
Abiotic stressors and stress responses: What commonalities appear between species across biological organization levels?
Organisms are regularly subjected to abiotic stressors related to increasing anthropogenic activities, including chemicals and climatic changes that induce major stresses. Based on various key taxa… Expand
Fine‐scale spatial patterns in grassland communities depend on species clonal dispersal ability and interactions with neighbours
Summary Non-random spatial patterns are a common feature of plant communities. However, the mechanisms leading to their formation remain unknown. The clonal dispersal ability of a species, that… Expand
From virtual plants to real communities: A review of modelling clonal growth
a b s t r a c t Clonal plants grow by the production of semi-autonomous modules (ramets), and form complex branch- ing structures which may provide communication/resource flow channels between the… Expand
Resprouting Response of Aquatic Clonal Plants to Cutting May Explain Their Resistance to Spate Flooding
Resprouting ability may increase a plant’s resistance to recurrent disturbances in aquatic ecosystems. We investigated the effect of mechanical disturbances on survival and regrowth patterns in three… Expand
Ditch network sustains functional connectivity and influences patterns of gene flow in an intensive agricultural landscape
In intensive agricultural landscapes, plant species previously relying on semi-natural habitats may persist as metapopulations within landscape linear elements. Maintenance of populations’… Expand
Gender as a social determinant of health: Gender analysis of the health sector in Cambodia. Draft background paper.
The Ministry of Health collaborating with development partners commissioned a team of consultants working closely with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Women’s Affairs to carry out a gender… Expand
Evaluation of Sentinel-2 time-series for mapping floodplain grassland plant communities
- S. Rapinel, C. Mony, Lucie Lecoq, B. Clément, A. Thomas, L. Hubert-Moy
- Environmental Science
- 15 March 2019
Abstract Monitoring grassland plant communities is crucial for understanding and managing biodiversity. Previous studies indicate that mapping these natural habitats from single-date remotely sensed… Expand
Responses of clonal architecture to experimental defoliation: a comparative study between ten grassland species
Clonal architecture may enable plants to effectively respond to environmental constraints but its role in plant tolerance to defoliation remains poorly documented. In several non-clonal species,… Expand
Epigenetic Mechanisms and Microbiota as a Toolbox for Plant Phenotypic Adjustment to Environment
- N. Vannier, C. Mony, Anne-Kristel Bittebière, P. Vandenkoornhuyse
- Biology, Medicine
- Front. Plant Sci.
- 23 December 2015
The classic understanding of organisms focuses on genes as the main source of species evolution and diversification. The recent concept of genetic accommodation questions this gene centric view by… Expand