Clonal architecture in marine macroalgae: ecological and evolutionary perspectives

@article{ColladoVides2001ClonalAI,
  title={Clonal architecture in marine macroalgae: ecological and evolutionary perspectives},
  author={Ligia Collado-Vides},
  journal={Evolutionary Ecology},
  year={2001},
  volume={15},
  pages={531-545}
}
The study of the ecological and evolutionary consequences of clonal growth in vascular plants has been widely addressed; however, marine macroalgae, which are interesting modular organisms that combine ‘simple’ morphologies and complex life cycles, have been almost ignored. This paper presents a review and analysis of the ecological and evolutionary consequences of clonality in marine macroalgae, including three main subjects: (1) modular construction (modules and ramets); (2) life cycle and… CONTINUE READING

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