Honor C. Prentice
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Silene section Elisanthe is a well-defined group containing (in Europe) the following species: S. alba, S. diclinis, S. dioica, S. heuffelii and S. marizii (dioecious perennials or biennials) and S.… Continue Reading
The dry alvar grasslands of Oland: ecological amplitudes of plant species in relation to vegetation composistion.
Summary 1 We investigated patterns of allozyme variation in demes of the grass Briza media in semi-natural grassland fragments within a mosaic agricultural landscape on the Baltic island of Oland. In… Continue Reading
The study explores whether small-scale species diversity, species evenness and species richness in semi-natural grassland communities are similarly associated with present management regime and/or ...
Questions: To what extent is species richness in semi-natural grasslands related to local environmental factors and (present/past) surrounding landscape structure? Do responses of species richness… Continue Reading
Abstract Question: We studied the patterns of plant species co-occurrence on three, nested, spatial scales in semi-natural grassland communities and explored the possible ecological processes… Continue Reading
Question To what extent do historical and present-day management regimes and landscape characteristics affect the functional structure of semi-natural grassland communities? Location Semi-natural… Continue Reading
Section 1 - Past environmental changes - the late Quaternary.- Past environmental changes: Characteristic features of Quaternary climate variations.- Modelling late-Quaternary palaeoclimates and… Continue Reading
Abstract The taxonomy of the dogroses (Rosa sect. Caninae) is notoriously problematic and all the members of the section are characterized by a form of unbalanced meiosis (so-called “canina… Continue Reading
The papers presented above have considered various aspects of the workshop theme, and together enable an assessment of the relative importance of spatial and evolutionary responses to rapid… Continue Reading