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Patterns and Processes of Plant Species Frequency and Life-history Traits

Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 402
By: Christine Römermann
117 pages, illus, tabs
Patterns and Processes of Plant Species Frequency and Life-history Traits
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Language: English

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*General introduction *Predicting habitat distribution and frequency from plant species co-occurrence data *The use of habitat frequencies as correction factors for species frequencies. A case study using functional traits *Measuring gradual differences in the dispersal potential of plant species using standardized protocols *How to predict attachment potentials of seeds to sheep and cattle coat from simple morphological seed traits *Eutrophication and fragmentation determine species rate of decline but not species rarity! Results from a functional approach *Conclusions and Perspectives

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Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 402
By: Christine Römermann
117 pages, illus, tabs
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