Dispersal potential of spores and asexual propagules in the epixylic hepatic Anastrophyllum hellerianum

@article{Pohjamo2006DispersalPO,
  title={Dispersal potential of spores and asexual propagules in the epixylic hepatic Anastrophyllum hellerianum},
  author={Maria Pohjamo and Sanna Laaka-Lindberg and Otso Ovaskainen and Helena Korpelainen},
  journal={Evolutionary Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={20},
  pages={415-430}
}
Dispersal ability is of great importance for plants, which commonly occupy spatially and temporally limited substrate patches. Mixed reproductive strategies with abundant diaspore production are favoured in a heterogeneous landscape to ensure successful colonisation at different distances. In bryophytes, long-distance dispersal has been thought to take place primarily by spores, while asexual propagules are important in local dispersal and in the maintenance of colonies. In the present study… CONTINUE READING
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