Interspecific competition in natural plant communities : mechanisms , trade-offs and plant – soil feedbacks

@inproceedings{Aerts1998InterspecificCI,
  title={Interspecific competition in natural plant communities : mechanisms , trade-offs and plant – soil feedbacks},
  author={Rien Aerts},
  year={1998}
}
Introduction Interspecific competition in natural plant communities Most plant scientists agree that interspecific competition is highly dependent on nutrient availability. At high is an important determinant of the structure and the levels of nutrient availability, competition is mainly for dynamics of plant communities. There is, however, much light. As light is a unidirectional resource, highless agreement about the mechanisms of interspecific nutrient habitats are dominated by fast-growing… CONTINUE READING
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