348 pages, Figs, tabs
Covers a wide range of topics, including genetic variation in life history traits, modularity, resource and sex allocation, effects of pathogens and herbivores on life history traits, evolution of dispersal, senescence, and important methods used in plant life history research.
'[...] I found this book to be a useful refresher course on aspects of plant life history evolution that I had not considered for a while, and an excellent introduction to some topics about which I knew little. I recommend this book to postgraduate students (in the more affordable paperback edition) and to established researchers. It's a useful resource to allocate to your personal or institutional library.' Plant Systematics and Evolution, 232 (2002)
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