By: JL Harper
892 pages, Tabs, figs
The author defines a science of population biology appropriate for plants. He discusses the processes that determine the number of plants - and the number of plant parts - by describing the separate stages in a general model of population behaviour, and analyses the ways in which individual plants interfere with each other's growth and risk of death."This is a remarkable book...this will be a source book for years to come." A.D. Bradshaw.
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