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Resprouting, Multi-stemming and the Persistence Niche - Emmanuel Nzunda
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Their Role in the Structure and Dynamics of Subtropical Coastal Dune Forest Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated. Resprouting, Multi-stemming and the Persistence Niche: Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated., LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Emmanuel Nzunda, Megan Griffiths, Mike Lawes,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG. Books Books ~~ Science~~ Life Sciences ~~ Ecology Resprouting-Multi-stemming-and-the-Persistence-Niche~~Emmanuel-Nzunda AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG. Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated.

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Dictus Publishing], Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Dictus Publishing], Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated.2011. 164 S. 220 mmVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Resprouting, Multi-stemming and the Persistence Niche
Auteur:

Nzunda, Emmanuel; Griffiths, Megan; Lawes, Mike

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Resprouting, Multi-stemming and the Persistence Niche

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3844399704

Resprouting is an important means of plant regeneration especially under conditions that do not favour regeneration through seeding such as frequent disturbances, low productivity, unfavourable soil conditions, extreme cold and limited understorey light availability. This study was conducted in an area that does not seem to have any obvious disturbance that may favour resprouting. Thus the study investigated whether resprouting was a survival strategy in response to disturbance or a feature that was merely an expression of phylogenetic underpinnings of the plants. Furthermore, the study examined how trees that do not resprout survive in an area where a high proportion of trees resprouted. Finally, the implications of resprouting to performance of individuals and species in terms of resource allocation, water use, growth rate, stature, leaf traits, seed yield and size, seedling recruitment, population structure, species diversity and role in succession were investigated.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783844399707
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3844399704
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: Springer-Verlag GmbH
164 Pages
Poids: 0,261 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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