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MH Corbett, SM Bellairs… - Native Seed Biology for …, 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au
... Soil seed bank research: improving rehabilitation following heavy mineral sand mining
on North Stradbroke Island. ... Soil seed bank research: improving rehabilitation following
heavy mineral sand mining on North Stradbroke Island. ...

H Robertson… - INTECOL 2004: 7th International Wetlands …, 2011 - deakin.edu.au
In Australia, there has been little research examining the seed banks of degraded floodplain
wetlands and their contribution to wetland rehabilitation. Our aim was to assess the establishment
of plants from the seed bank following delivery of an environmental water allocation at ...
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A Salazar, G Goldstein, AC Franco… - Seed Science …, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press
... We also studied the dynamics of soil seed-banks and similarity patterns in woody species
composition among seed rain, soil seed-bank, seedling bank and standing vegetation
along shallow topographic gradients that differ in canopy cover. ...

[PDF] from fireecology.netJJ Navarra, N Kohfeldt, ES Menges… - Fire Ecology, 2011 - fireecology.net
Page 1. Fire Ecology Volume 7, Issue 2, 2011 doi: 10.4996/fireecology.0702017 Navarra et
al.: Seed Bank Change with Time-since-Fire Page 17 RESEARCH ARTICLE SEED BANK
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DS Messina… - Northeastern Naturalist, 2011 - BioOne
The spatial patterns in the seed bank were examined within a coastal sanddune system. Soil
samples were collected from vegetated and bare plots in three zones, each dominated by different
plant species. The total number of seeds and species diversity in the seed bank were low. ...
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[PDF] from ots.ac.crA Bueno… - Rev. Biol. Trop, 2011 - ots.ac.cr
Abstract: The soil seed bank is the basis for community establishment and permanence and
plays a primary role in natural restoration of degraded or altered ecosystems. As part of a restoration
project, this study aimed to quantify the soil seed bank and to evaluate the effect of the ...
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[PDF] from unam.mxL López-Toledo… - Revista Mexicana de …, 2011 - revistas.unam.mx
1Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Apartado
Postal 27-3, Xangari 58089, Morelia, Michoacán, México. 2Applied Plant Ecology Division, San
Diego Zoo's Institute for Conservation Research. 15600 San Pasqual Valley Road, ...
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[PDF] from sggw.waw.plJA Kelton, AJ Price, E Van Santen… - … in Biometry and …, 2011 - agrobiol.sggw.waw.pl
... REGULAR ARTICLE Weed seed bank density and composition in a tillage and ... CITATION: Kelton,
JA, Price, AJ, van Santen, E., Balkcom, KS, Arriaga, FJ, Shaw, JN (2011). Weed seed bank
density and composition in a tillage and landscape variability study. ...
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X Zhang, H Xia, Z Li, P Zhuang… - Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2011 - Elsevier
A new method, soil seed bank-metal concentration gradient method was used to screen for heavy
metal hyperaccumulators, and Solanum photeinocarpum was found to be a potential
Cd-hyperaccumulator. The chlorophyll content and photosynthetic rate of S. ...
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[HTML] from wssajournals.orgJE Dexter, AJ Jhala, RC Yang, MJ Hills… - Weed Science, 2011 - BioOne
Flax is a minor oilseed crop in Canada largely exported to the European Union for use as a source
of industrial oil and feed ingredient. While flax could be genetically engineered (GE) to enhance
nutritional value, the adoption of transgenic technologies threatens conventional flax ...
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K Daïnou, A Bauduin, N Bourland, JF Gillet… - Ecological …, 2011 - Elsevier
The soil seed bank is considered as an important component for resilience of climacic
vegetation. Whereas several related studies have been conducted in Asian, American and some
African tropical forests, no investigation has ever been conducted in Central African ...
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JT Romo… - The American Midland Naturalist, 2011 - BioOne
Fescue Prairie is one of the most threatened ecosystems in Canada, and burning is essential
for conserving remnants of this grassland. Burning is a key process in the natural disturbance
regime, but its effect on the soil seed bank in Fescue Prairie is poorly understood. We ...
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[PDF] from fs.fed.usJ Beckstead, J Beckstead, L Street… - Rangeland Ecology & …, 2011 - srmjournals.org
The generalist fungal pathogen Pyrenophora semeniperda occurs primarily in cheatgrass (Bromus
tectorum) seed banks, where it causes high mortality. We investigated the relationship between
this pathogen and its cheatgrass host in the context of fire, asking whether burning would ...
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[HTML] from uq.edu.auMH Corbett - 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au
The study of the soil seed bank can shed light on past and present states as well as determining
a vegetation community's future ability to maintain itself through propagation and to respond
to environmental change. It is the role of the seed bank in determining vegetation ...
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[PDF] from ots.ac.crP Ferrandis, M Bonilla… - Rev. Biol. Trop, 2011 - ots.ac.cr
Abstract: Podocarpus angustifolius is an endangered recalcitrant-seeded small tree, endemic
to mountain rain forests in the central and Pinar del Río regions in Cuba. In this study, the germination
patterns of P. angustifolius seeds were evaluated and the nature of the soil seed bank ...
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MH Corbett… - 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au
... Effect of time-since-fire on the soil seed bank of coastal wallum on North Stradbroke
Island: implications to post-mining rehabilitation. Corbett, MH and Bellairs, SM (2001)
Effect of time-since-fire on the soil seed bank of coastal ...

A Fowler - 2011 - mss3.libraries.rutgers.edu
DescriptionThis study revisited old field succession plots established in 1989 at Hutcheson Memorial
Forest in Somerset County, New Jersey, to look at the impact of initial resource availability and
seed bank on old field succession. A combination of two different types of treatments were ...

M Alves Pagotto… - International …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
© 2011 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim 1434-2944/11/205-0149 ...
Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol. 96 2011 2 149–163 ... DOI: 10.1002/iroh.201111315 MARIANA ALVES
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H Kimura… - Applied Vegetation Science, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
Page 1. Fire severity affects vegetation and seed bank in a wetland ... Abstract Questions: How does
the severity of prescribed fires affect vegetation and seed bank in a wetland? Location: A
fire-prone reed swamp in northern Japan (250ha, 401490N, 1411220E, o 10 m asl). ...
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KX Ruthrof, MC Calver, B Dell… - Ecological …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
This study tested the efficacy of smokewater to determine the potential germination from soil
seed bank in three management sites of the same National Park: a forest site prior to
restoration, an ex-pine plantation site and an ex-mine site. This will provide further ...

YJ Li, WK Bao… - Journal of Arid Environments, 2011 - Elsevier
The medium-scale spatial patterns of soil seed banks (SSBs) and extant vegetation and the roles
of abiotic factors are poorly understood. We selected the dry Minjiang River valley of southwest
China to investigate SSB structure and corresponding extant vegetation in a ...

P León-Lobos, M Way, M Rosas, A Sandoval… - Kew Bulletin, 2011 - Springer
Summary. For a long time in situ conservation has been the main approach used to protect Chilean
plant diversity. However, due to the high level of endemism of its flora (50%) and an increasing
human impact on wild areas, ex situ conservation has become an urgent requirement to ...
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JP Bizoux… - 2011 - orbi.ulg.ac.be
[en] Metalliferous sites often host rare, ecologically endemic taxa adapted to high levels of heavy
metals in soils. In Belgium, these sites correspond to Calamine sites. They are often considered
as waste ground dangerous for human health and public authorities are inclined to ...
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HHM Lee… - 한국하천호수학회지 (구 육수학회), 2011 - papersearch.net
We described the above-ground plant species composition and measured a range of soil
physico-chemical properties and the composition and size of the soil seed bank in the remnant
natural vegetations on the flood plains of the Han River within Seoul, South Korea. We ...

S Maza-Villalobos, C Lemus-Herrera… - Journal of Tropical …, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press
... Fco. J. Múgica S/N., CP 58030, Morelia, Michoacán, México. Abstract: A
chronosequence was used to study seed-bank communities during the first 12 y of
tropical-dry-forest regeneration in abandoned pastures in Chamela, Mexico. ...
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[PDF] from xavierpico.orgN Gomaa - American Journal of Botany, 2011 - Botanical Soc America
• Premise of the study: Water-limited hot environments are good examples of hyper-aridity. Trees
are scarce in these environments but some manage to survive, such as the tree Moringa
peregrina. Understanding how trees maintain viable populations in extremely arid ...
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Y Shen, C Zhao… - Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional …, 2011 - Elsevier
Seeds in a persistent soil seed bank (PSSB) provide an effective way to maintain plant population
and community stability. Seeds that persist in soil incur physiological costs of maintaining viability
and vigor, thus, the growth capability of resulting plants may be reduced. However, a lot of ...

SC Navie… - The 20th Asian-Pacific Weed …, 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au
... Seed bank studies on Parthenium hysterophorus infested pastures: Examining of different
management approaches. Navie, SC and Adkins, SW (2005). Seed bank studies on Parthenium
hysterophorus infested pastures: Examining of different management approaches. ...
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B De Cauwer, TD'HOSE, M Cougnon… - Weed …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
In addition to improving the soil quality, organic amendments of soils may affect weed seed
survival, emergence, growth and reproduction. This study eval- uated the effects of applications
of different qualities of organic amendments on size and composition of the weed seed ...
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AK Elsafori, AN Guma… - Journal of Horticulture and …, 2011 - academicjournals.org
... Corresponding author. E-mail: Elsafori2@yahoo.com. Accepted 10 March, 2011. Abstract. Three
soil depths (0 to 5, 5 to 10 and 10 to 15 cm) were chosen at the study area and the soil seed bank
was analyzed for the number of live and dead seeds for each of them. ...

[PDF] from ias.ac.inS Godefroid, SS Phartyal… - CURRENT SCIENCE, 2011 - ias.ac.in
... Seedling emergence techniques provide an estimate of viable seeds in the soil seed
bank based on germina- tion of seeds under favourable germination conditions.
The present contribution is aimed at investigating whether ...
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[PDF] from uem.brTE Chapla… - Acta Scientiarum. Biological Sciences, 2011 - periodicos.uem.br
ABSTRACT. We evaluated density and species composition of the soil seed bank in active pasture
and in secondary forest on a 10 year-old abandoned pasture to identify changes in density,
richness, diversity and species composition during secondary succession of abandoned ...
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[PDF] from msu.eduJT Lennon… - Nature Reviews Microbiology, 2011 - microbes.kbs.msu.edu
... stress7–9 (FIG. 1). Dormancy generates a seed bank, which we define as 'a reservoir
of dormant individuals that can potentially be resuscitated in the future under different
environmen tal conditions'. Seed banks can prolong ...
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MM Croft - Kalamazoo College Biology Senior Individualized …, 2011 - dspace.nitle.org
... necessary if replaced by vacuum sealing. The goal of this study was to evaluate this
claim in the context of the Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization's (ECHO)
Asia Regional Office Seed Bank. Five seed species were used ...

MB Bertiller… - Journal of Environmental Management, 2011 - Elsevier
... Prediction 2. Reduction in the size and species number of the soil seed bank of preferred plants
with increasing grazing selectivity. ... Prediction 3. No change in the size and species number of
the soil seed bank of non- or less-preferred plants with increasing grazing selectivity. ...
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T Mikatadze-Pantsulaia, T Barblishvili, C Trivedi… - Kew Bulletin, 2011 - Springer
... Ex situ conservation activities have been carried out: a seed bank was established
and a stock of seedlings was produced for the purpose of in situ restoration of species
with high conservation value. Key Words. Conservation ...
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ZK Tessema, WF de Boer, RMT Baars… - Biotropica, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
... A total of 77 species emerged from the soil seed bank samples: 21 annual grasses, 12
perennial grasses, 4 herbaceous legumes, 39 forbs, and 1 woody species. ... 2005, Tessema
et al. 2011a), and more annual forbs in the soil seed bank (Solomon et al. ...
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[PDF] from usda.govLZ de Luna, AC Kennedy, JC Hansen, TC Paulitz… - 2011 - ddr.nal.usda.gov
... Mycobiota on wild oat (Avena fatua L.) seed and their caryopsis decay potential. Online. Plant
Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2011-0210-01-RS. Abstract Wild oat is a serious weed in
cereals that is difficult to control due to long-term survival in the weed seed bank. ...
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AG Auffret - Applied Vegetation Science, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
... 2009). Seeds of grassland species are often transient, and therefore restoration of aban- doned
semi-natural grasslands in Europe cannot rely upon regeneration via the seed bank (Bakker
et al. 1996; Kalamees & Zobel 1998; Edwards & Crawley 1999; Mitla- cher et al. ...
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JN Price, MJ Macdonald, CL Gross… - Biological …, 2011 - Springer
... one site)? (2) what is the dispersal distance and direction of recruits from adult plants;
and (3) what is the density of seeds in the soil seed bank and how far are seeds
dispersed from adult plants? Methods Lippia The species ...
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X HUANG, K WANG, Y WANG, Y KAN… - Acta Agrestia …, 2011 - en.cnki.com.cn
This survey investigated the number of soil seed banks and species composition as well as the
relationship between seed banks and vegetation at an enclosed degraded grassland at
Balinyouqi,Inner Mongolia.Results show that the enclosure time increase was related to ...
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MJ Simard, S Rouane… - Weed Science, 2011 - BioOne
... The seed bank resulting from 3 yr (2006 to 2008) of single herbicide rates in a cropping
system where glyphosate/glufosinate and corn/soybean were rotated or not was evaluated
in a field located in St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Québec, Canada. ...
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[PDF] from usu.eduKM Kettenring… - Wetlands, 2011 - Springer
... Keywords Natural recolonization . Seed availability . Seed bank . Seed dispersal . Seed trap . ...
To put our seed rain findings in context, we also characterized the dominant extant vegetation
in all study sites and in the case of the restorations, the seed bank. Methods Study Sites ...
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FP Teste, VJ Lieffers… - American Journal of …, 2011 - Botanical Soc America
... Most of the seed bank of serotinous lodgepole pine is found in the canopy, but after
an outbreak of mountain pine beetle (MPB), a considerable forest-floor seed bank
develops through the falling of canopy cones. ... Soil seed bank trial. ...
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KN Hopfensperger, GM Leighton… - The American Midland …, 2011 - BioOne
... A seedling emergence technique was used to determine species composition of the seed bank
(Ter Heerdt et al., 1996). In Apr. 2008, we randomly took three replicate soil seed bank cores,
5 cm diameter by 10 cm length, from each 1 m 2 plot at 0–10 cm and 10–20 cm depths. ...
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FP Teste, VJ Lieffers… - Ecological Applications, 2011 - Eco Soc America
... Trees killed by MPB three years earlier dropped 3.5 times more cones via branch breakage
compared to live stands. After six years, MPB-killed stands had released 45% of their canopy
seed bank through cone opening, cone fall due to breakage, and squirrel predation. ...
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LP Zhao, GL Wu… - Seed Science Research, 2011 - Cambridge Univ Press
... Keywords: persistence, sandy soil, seed mass, seed shape, soil seed-bank Introduction ... As a
characteristic of a species, persistence means the ability of the species to persist in the soil
seed-bank (Csontos and Tamás, 2003; Fenner and Thompson, 2005; Yu et al., 2007). ...
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S Godefroid, S Riviere, S Waldren, N Boretos… - Biological …, 2011 - Elsevier
... These analyses were essential to identify those collections and additionally the standards
needed to maximize the usefulness of future collections. Keywords: Endangered species;
ENSCONET; Ex situ conservation; Red lists; Seed bank. Article Outline. ...
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Q CHANG, D ZHANG, X LI, J PENG… - Chinese Journal of …, 2011 - en.cnki.com.cn
Soil seed bank consists of all living seeds existed in soil and its surface litter,especially in
topsoil,and can reflect the characteristics of regional biodiversity.As the base of vegetation restoration
and potential greening material,topsoil and its seed bank are the limited and ...

[HTML] from uq.edu.auWD Vogler - 2011 - espace.library.uq.edu.au
... pyramidalis at four days after anther appearance when they are at early milk stage reduces the
viability of seeds produced to less that 5 %. The seed does not have a burial mechanism, therefore
in undisturbed areas more than 50 % and 70 % of the viable seed bank is located ...
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RM Pérez-Sánchez, E Jurado… - Journal of Arid …, 2011 - Elsevier
... exposure to 103 °C for 17 m. Global temperature increases under climate change
would result in higher soil temperatures that might affect seeds in the soil seed bank
(Ooi et al., 2009). In the Southern Chihuahuan Desert soil ...

E Forey, SÈ Barot, T DecaÎns, E Langlois… - Acta Oecologica, 2011 - Elsevier
... Soil seed bank composition and dynamics are crucial elements for the understanding of plant
population and community ecology. ... However, the role of earthworms as seed dispersers, mediators
of seed bank dynamics and seed predators has not been considered in concert. ...

S Zuloaga-Aguilar, O Briones… - Acta Oecologica, 2011 - Elsevier
... germination (Keeley and Fotheringham, 2000). Fire breaks physical dormancy, which
is the most common type of dormancy in the soil seed bank ([Baskin and Baskin, 1989]
and [Keeley and Fotheringham, 2000]). Most species in fire ...
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KD Gibson, J McMillan, SG Hallett, T Jordan… - Weed Technology, 2011 - BioOne
... Tomato yields were not reduced by growing buckwheat between rows. Seed bank
densities for common purslane and carpetweed, which escaped mowing due to
their prostrate habits, increased in all treatments. Germinable ...
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J Wang - 2011 - gradworks.umi.com
... The dynamics of the relationship between the vegetation and the soil seed bank
across a complete successional series are also lacking. Soil CO2 flux, soil physical
properties, carbon budget, vegetation indices, and the soil ...

A Saatkamp, L Affre, T Dutoit… - Annals of Botany, 2011 - Annals Botany Co
... Moreover, diurnally fluctuating temperatures can influence the timing of germination and are
therefore linked to seed bank persistence. ... However, the detection of low diurnally fluctuating
temperatures enhances soil seed bank persistence by limiting germination. ...
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BL VanderWeide… - Forest Ecology and Management, 2011 - Elsevier
... living tissue from fire damage ([Hare, 1965b] and [Gignoux et al., 1997]), (2) replace damaged
tissue quickly after fire damage ([Brown and Debyle, 1987], [Keeley and Keeley, 1981], [Bond
and Midgley, 2001] and [Clarke and Knox, 2009]), or (3) maintain a seed bank to facilitate ...
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Z Khan, C Midega, J Pittchar… - International Journal of …, 2011 - ingentaconnect.com
... 2000). The desmodium intercrop releases root exudate allelochemicals that induce
suicidal germination of striga seeds, thus dramatically reducing the striga seed bank
and providing very effective control of this noxious weed. ...
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EP Fuerst, JV Anderson, AC Kennedy… - Weed Science, 2011 - BioOne
... Persistence of the soil seed bank requires both dormancy and resistance to seed decay
organisms. ... Dormancy, resistance to decay, and repeated flushes of emergence result in
persistence and continual recruitment of this weed in the soil seed bank. ...
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[PDF] from ucf.eduPF Quintana-Ascencio, ES Menges, CW Weekley… - Population …, 2011 - Springer
... populations. We built matrix models with an annual time step for two populations,
including four stages, (recently produced seeds, seeds in the seed bank, seedlings,
and adults) and five vital rates, summarized in seven transitions. ...
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TJ Regan, I Chadès… - Journal of Applied …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
... In the case of an invasive plant the states are often either some measure of abundance,
number of sites, or occupancy, and the processes are generally colonization, germination,
and the per- sistence of the adult population and the seed bank. ...
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CG Bueno, R Reine, CL Alados… - Basic and Applied …, 2011 - Elsevier
... The 'seedling emergence method' was used to identify and quantify seeds from the germinable
seed bank. The soil seed bank found within disturbances was smaller than expected. ... Full-size
table. View Within Article. Sampling design and seed bank analyses. ...
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[PDF] from ru.nlE Jongejans, K Shea, O Skarpaas, D Kelly… - Ecology, 2011 - Eco Soc America
... The existence of a seed bank requires the addition of a separate discrete-state variable (Ellner
and Rees 2006) that is linked to K dem by the proportion of newly produced seeds that enter
the seed bank, ν, and the proportion of seeds in the seed bank that survive and establish ...
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