Relating geographical variation in pollination types to environmental and spatial factors using novel statistical methods.

@article{Khn2006RelatingGV,
  title={Relating geographical variation in pollination types to environmental and spatial factors using novel statistical methods.},
  author={Ingolf K{\"u}hn and Stijn Martinus Bierman and Walter Durka and Stefan Klotz},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2006},
  volume={172 1},
  pages={127-39}
}
The relative frequencies of functional traits of plant species show notable spatial variation, which is often related to environmental factors. Pollination type (insect-, wind- or self-pollination) is a critical trait for plant reproduction and provision of ecosystem services. Here, we mapped the distribution of pollination types across Germany by combining databases on plant distribution and plant pollination types. Applying a new method, we modelled the composition of pollination types using… CONTINUE READING
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