Prunus Mahaleb and Birds: the High-efficiency Seed Dispersal System O F a Temperate Fruiting Tree1

@inproceedings{2007PrunusMA,
  title={Prunus Mahaleb and Birds: the High-efficiency Seed Dispersal System O F a Temperate Fruiting Tree1},
  author={},
  year={2007}
}
  • Published 2007
Abstrc~ct. Seed dispersal of Pr1rnlr.s rnahaleh (Rosaceae), a tree producing large fruit crops, was studied in southeastern Spain to establish the degree of reciprocal dependence between the plant and the birds which disperse it. P. rnr~hnleb drupes contain a relatively large seed (pulp:stone ratio 0.62). The water content of pulp is 82 .97~ and dry flesh contains 3.2% crude fat and 7.8% crude protein, being largely made up of carbohydrates. Four bird species were the main seed dispersers… CONTINUE READING
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