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Population Biology of Grasses

Population Biology of Grasses

by G. P. Cheplick, A. D. Bradshaw
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ISBN-13: 9780521052351
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 02/28/2008
Pages: 412
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Contributors; Preface; Darwin revisited: approaches to the ecological study of grasses A. D. Bradshaw; Part I. Population Variation and Life History Patterns: 1. Allozyme diversity in the grasses M. J. W. Godt and J. L. Hamrick; 2. Ecology of seed dormancy and germination in grasses C. C. Baskin and J. M. Baskin; 3. Seed dispersal and seedling establishment in grass populations G. P. Cheplick; 4. Clonal biology of caespitose grasses D. D. Briske and J. D. Derner; 5. Ecological aspects of sex expression in grasses J. A. Quinn; 6. Interspecific variation in plasticity of grasses in response to nitrogen supply E. Garnier; 7. Population biology of intraspecific polyploidy in grasses K. H. Keeler; Part II. Ecological Interactions; 8. Plant-plant interactions in grasses and grasslands W. K. Lauenroth and M. O. Aguilera; 9. Competition between grasses and woody plants S. D. Wilson; 10. Fungal endophyte infection and the population dynamics of grasses K. Clay; 11. Arbuscular mycorrhizas and the population biology of grasses K. K. Newsham and A. R. Watkinson; Part III. Population Biology of Specific Groups: 12. Population dynamics in the regeneration process of monocarpic dwarf bamboos, Sasa species A. Makita; 13. Population dynamics of perennial grasses in African savanna and grassland T. G. O'Connor and T. M. Everson; 14. A life cycle approach to the population ecology of two tropical grasses in Queensland, Australia D. M. Orr; Index.

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