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The ecology of seeds
Preface 1. Life histories, reproductive strategies and allocation 2. Pre-dispersal hazards 3. Seed dispersal 4. Soil seed banks 5. Seed dormancy 6. Germination 7. Post-dispersal hazards 8. SeedlingExpand
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The Ecology of Seeds by Michael Fenner
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The effects of the parent environment on seed germinability
The growing conditions of a parent plant may affect the degree of dormancy of its seeds. This has been demonstrated in numerous species, both wild and cultivated. The evidence comes from fieldExpand
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The phenology of growth and reproduction in plants
Abstract The study of phenological aspects of plants involves the observation, recording and interpretation of the timing of their life history events. This review considers the phenology of leafing,Expand
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Seeds: The Ecology of Regeneration in Plant Communities
Reproductive allocation and reproductive effort in plants, F.A. Bazzaz and D.D. Ackerly maternal effects on seeds during development, Y. Gutterman the ecology of seed dispersal, M.F. Wilson animalsExpand
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