Fire drives phylogenetic clustering in Mediterranean Basin woody plant communities

@inproceedings{Verd2007FireDP,
  title={Fire drives phylogenetic clustering in Mediterranean Basin woody plant communities},
  author={Miguel Verd{\'u} and Juli G. Pausas},
  year={2007}
}
Summary 1 Many Mediterranean plant species persist after fire because their seeds are protected from the heat of the fire (e.g. hard-coated seeds, serotinous cones), thus permitting rapid post-fire recruitment. For simplicity, this trait will hereafter be called P and its two possible phenotypes P+ (seeder) and P– (non-seeder). 2 Because P+ appears in a narrow taxonomic spectrum and confers persistence under high fire frequencies, we test the extent to which communities with different… CONTINUE READING

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