D3: The Dispersal and Diaspore Database – Baseline data and statistics on seed dispersal

@inproceedings{Hintze2013D3TD,
  title={D3: The Dispersal and Diaspore Database – Baseline data and statistics on seed dispersal},
  author={Christina Hintze and Felix Heydel and Christina Hoppe and Sarah Cunze and Andreas Koenig and Oliver Tackenberg},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Seed dispersal is hard to measure, and there is still a lack of knowledge about dispersal-related traits of plant species. Therefore, we developed D 3 , the Dispersal and Diaspore Database (available at www.seed-dispersal.info ), which aims at simplifying ecological and evolutionary analyses by providing and integrating various items related to seed dispersal: empirical studies, functional traits, image analyses and ranking indices (quantifying the adaptation to dispersal modes… CONTINUE READING

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