Strategies of reproduction, dispersion, and competition in river plants: A review

@article{BarratSegretain2004StrategiesOR,
  title={Strategies of reproduction, dispersion, and competition in river plants: A review},
  author={Marie-H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Barrat-Segretain},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={123},
  pages={13-37}
}
The present paper reviews the literature on reproduction, survial, dispersion and competition in aquatic plants of mostly European rivers. The specificity of the strategies of colonization in aquatic plants in comparison with terrestrial plants is noted. The importance of the knowledge of these life history traits in the control of the harmful effects caused by aquatic plants and for ecosystem management is also considered. The difficulty of applying current ecological theories concerning… CONTINUE READING
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