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Reproductive ecology of tropical forest plants
Reproductive ecology of tropical plants reproductive rhythms - plant phenology - phenological behaviour - phenological and floral morphology - seasonal drought and the timing of flowering and leafExpand
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Tropical forests, people and food: biocultural interactions and applications to development.
Evolution and history of tropical forests in relation to food availability food production and nutritional value of wild and semi-domesticated species adaptive aspects of food consumption and energyExpand
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Rain forest regeneration and management.
Part 1 The management of natural topical forests: deforestation in the tropics different perceptions of tropical forest management the human factor silvicultural systems, regeneration and forestExpand
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Ecology in practice
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Enhancing the credibility of ecology: Is interdisciplinary research for land use planning useful?
Interdisciplinary approaches involving inputs from both the natural and social sciences represent one operational and social response to the complexity of today's environmental and land use problems.Expand
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Pupation and fecundity of Molophilus ater Meigen (Diptera: Tipulidae) in relation to larval weight
  • M. Hadley
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Oecologia
  • 1 June 1971
SummaryThe life cycle of the cranefly Molophilus ater Meigen on an area of Pennine moorland in Britain is described. The later recruitment of females into the adult population is referable to aExpand
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