Influence of exploitation on population structure, spatial distribution and reproductive success of dioecious species in a fragmented cloud forest in India

@article{Somanathan2000InfluenceOE,
  title={Influence of exploitation on population structure, spatial distribution and reproductive success of dioecious species in a fragmented cloud forest in India},
  author={Hema Somanathan and R. Borges},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={2000},
  volume={94},
  pages={243-256}
}
The population structure of three dioecious species, Diospyros montana, Diospyros sylvatica and Garcinia talbotii was studied in a seasonal cloud forest in the Western Ghats of India. In an undisturbed, natural population of D. montana, female fecundity was not significantly influenced by distance to neighbours or by flower numbers on neighbours. In the same population fruit set was also unrelated to the angular dispersion of neighbours. On the other hand, in an altered population of this… Expand
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