Corpus ID: 87142614

Impacts of habitat alteration and predispersal seed predation on the reproductive success of Great Basin forbs

@inproceedings{Johnson2008ImpactsOH,
  title={Impacts of habitat alteration and predispersal seed predation on the reproductive success of Great Basin forbs},
  author={Robert L. Johnson},
  year={2008}
}
Variation in Sagebrush Communities Historically Seeded with Crested Wheatgrass in the Eastern Great Basin☆
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These results do not support the assumption that crested wheatgrass seedings uniformly remain in vegetation states with low diversity and poor sagebrush reestablishment over the long term and suggest that a broader interpretation of plant community dynamics is needed while avoiding generalizations of how historically seeded Wyoming big sagebrush sites will respond over time. Expand
Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships: Effects of alien species on plant–pollinator interactions: how can native plants adapt to changing pollination regimes?
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The main effects of species invasions on plant-pollinator interactions are outlined, and the main adaptive mechanisms that native plant species can exhibit in response to changes in pollination regimes are deduced. Expand

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