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مرجع جامع گیاهان زراعی - The role of animal seed dispersal

مرجع جامع گیاهان زراعی

CA Peres… - Biotropica, 2007 - Wiley Online Library
Vertebrate responses to hunting are widely variable for target and nontarget species depending
on the history of hunting and productivity of any given site and the life history traits of game
species. We provide a comprehensive meta-analysis of changes in population density or ...
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[PDF] from unl.eduSE Russo, S Portnoy… - Ecology, 2006 - Eco Soc America
Seed dispersal fundamentally influences plant population and community dynamics but is
difficult to quantify directly. Consequently, models are frequently used to describe the seed
shadow (the seed deposition pattern of a plant population). For vertebrate-dispersed ...
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TA CARLO, A CAMPOS‐ARCEIZ… - Integrative …, 2011 - Wiley Online Library
... Frugivory and seed dispersal: integrating patterns, mechanisms and consequences of a key
animal–plant interaction. Tomás A. CARLO 1 ,; Ahimsa CAMPOS-ARCEIZ 2 ,; Michael A. STEELE
3 ,; Wenhua XIONG 4. Article first published online: 12 SEP 2011. ...
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[PDF] from uni-regensburg.deO Tackenberg, C Römermann, K Thompson… - Basic and Applied …, 2006 - Elsevier
It is generally assumed that morphological structures like awns, bristles, or hooks increase
retention potential of plant diaspores to the coats of animals, but this basic assumption has
rarely been tested. In this paper we introduce a lab-experiment in which detachment rates ...
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[PDF] from neiu.eduSB Vander Wall - Ecology, 2002 - Eco Soc America
Masting increases the efficiency of wind pollination and satiates seed predators, but there is
little evidence that masting facilitates seed dispersal by animals. Masting in pines was
studied over three field seasons by simulating seed crops in synchrony (mast years, ...
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[PDF] from bennington.eduMA Aizen - Ecology, 2003 - Eco Soc America
The evolution of flowering time can be influenced directly by pollinators and indirectly by
seed dispersers. In temperate latitudes, interactions with climate, especially temperature,
may affect both plants and their animal mutualists. Winter-flowering plants allow ...
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[PDF] from riotintomadagascar.comA Bollen - … , and Conservation of Littoral Ecosystems in …, 2007 - riotintomadagascar.com
This study represents a community-wide approach to primary seed dispersal in a Malagasy
forest. No evi- dence could be found for close co-evolutionary rela- tionships between fruits and
frugivores. Regarding food selection, fruit and seed size appear to be the most ...
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JE Moore - 2006 - gradworks.umi.com
Abstract: I studied factors affecting seed dispersal of nut-bearing deciduous trees, and examined
how dispersal processes might be altered by forest fragmentation in the Midwestern US The
seeds of oaks ( Quercus ), hickories ( Carya ), and walnuts ( Juglans ) are dispersed by ...
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[PDF] from mcgill.caRS Duncan… - 2002 - chapmanresearch.mcgill.ca
RS Duncan and CA. Chapman 439 The low numbers of seeds dispersed into degraded areas
may be insufficient to initiate widespread forest succession. Our exploration of seed fate at Kibale
suggests that hundreds of seeds may be needed for one seedling to estab- lish. In ...
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JE Lambert - Seed dispersal and frugivory: Ecology, evolution …, 2002 - books.google.com
24 Exploring the Link between Animal Frugivory and Plant Strategies: the Case of Primate Fruit
Processing and Post-dispersal Seed Fate Joanna E. Lambert Department of Anthropology, University
of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1218, USA Introduction Frugivores have evolved a ...
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[PDF] from fs.fed.usJM Wunderle - Forest Ecology and Management, 1997 - Elsevier
This paper reviews the characteristics of animal seed dispersal relevant to tropical forest
restoration efforts and discusses their management implications. In many tropical regions
seed dispersal by animals is the predominant form of dissemination of propagules and ...
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T YUMOTO, H ABE… - Nippon Seitai Gakkai Taikai …, 2006 - sciencelinks.jp
... A new perspective for the study on plant-animal interactions-Toward a linkage between pollination
and seed dispersal. Accession number;06A0869443. Title;A new perspective for the study on
plant-animal interactions-Toward a linkage between pollination and seed dispersal. ...
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[PDF] from fsd2010.orgS Zona… - 2002 - fsd2010.org
"Some years ago, Andrew Henderson and I published a review of animal-mediated seed dispersal
of palms (Zona & Henderson 1989). At that time, literature on palm seed dispersal was scattered
and difficult to locate, and several authoritative sources declared that palms were poorly ...
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[PDF] from 18.7.29.232K Wodiczko, LK Lysakowski - 2004 - 18.7.29.232
Page 1. AGENTS OF SEED DISPERSAL Animal- Zoochary/ Wind-Anemonochory by Lukasz Kamil
Lysakowski ... LIBRARIES RCHiiVE ..... Is _ A, J o .o I Page 2. AGENTS OF SEED DISPERSAL Animal-
Zoochary / Wind -Anemonochory by Lukasz Kamil Lysakowski ...
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WFINAT MISTLETOE - Ecology, 2003 - JSTOR
Abstract. The evolution of flowering time can be influenced directly by pollinators and
indirectly by seed dispersers. In temperate latitudes, interactions with climate, especially
temperature, may affect both plants and their animal mutualists. Winter-flowering plants ...


[PDF] from rwth-aachen.deR Oberrath - 2000 - darwin.bth.rwth-aachen.de
... Page 12. 1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION 4 1.3 Study system and aim of thesis Seed dispersal
by ants (myrmecochory) is an inconspicuous animal-plant-interaction. Myrmecochorous plants
are usually small herbs that feature small seeds to which little food bodies are attached. ...
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WJ Bond - 1995 - agris.fao.org
AGRIS record. Record number, US9710917. Titles, Effects of global change on plant-animal
synchrony: implications for pollination and seed dispersal in Mediterranean habitats. Personal
Authors, Bond, WJ (University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, South Africa.). ...
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[PDF] from mcgill.caG O'Farrill, CA Chapman… - Seed Science Research - Cambridge Univ Press
Abstract The distribution and dynamics of plant populations depend on the recruitment of
young individuals, which is influenced by seed production, animal seed dispersal, dispersal
distance, and the deposition of seeds in favourable places for seed germination/ ...

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