Reproductive allocation and the long‐term costs of reproduction in Siparuna grandiflora, a dioecious neo‐tropical shrub

@inproceedings{Nicotra1999ReproductiveAA,
  title={Reproductive allocation and the long‐term costs of reproduction in Siparuna grandiflora, a dioecious neo‐tropical shrub},
  author={Adrienne B Nicotra},
  year={1999}
}
1 Using a combination of observational and experimental approaches, both allocation of resources to reproduction (often called the direct cost of reproduction) and the subsequent long-term costs (the indirect, delayed or demographic cost) associated with reproductive allocation to male and female function in Siparuna grandiflora (Siparunaceae), a tropical dioecious shrub, were examined. 2 The objectives were to determine whether females allocate more biomass or nitrogen per reproductive… CONTINUE READING

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