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Published by Elsevier Academic in Amsterdam, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Reproduction,
  • Plant ecophysiology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by Edward G. Reekie and Fakhri A. Bazzaz
    ContributionsReekie, Edward G, Bazzaz, F. A.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx,247 p., [4] p. of color plates :
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17187183M
    ISBN 100120883864

      The flowers of hermaphrodite plants have both male and female parts. Hermaphrodite plants can change their allocation to both sexual functions in various ways, such as by changing the production ratios of pollen grains to ovules within flowers and of flowers to Because plasticity of allocation may be influenced by the extent to which an individual’s gender was preemptively matched to the local environment, we studied female reproductive output in relation to meristic plant size to evaluate resource allocation strategies of meristic C. richardii gametophytes once gender had been determined, in

    1. A plant's reproductive allocation (RA) schedule describes the fraction of surplus energy allocated to reproduction as it increases in size. RA schedules distinguish between energy allocated to different tissue types and thus links to a key physiological trade-off in an organism's functioning and life history. While theorists have adopted RA schedules as an elegant connection between life 1 day ago  selfing plants 9 size dependent sex allocation 10 sex ratios in dioecious plants 11 outcrossing selfing or no sex at all 12 heterostyly 13 selective embryo abortion klinkhamer peter libros en idiomas extranjeros evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies book read reviews from worlds largest community for

    It has been hypothesized that reproductive isolation should facilitate evolution under domestication. However, a systematic comparison of reproductive barrier strength between crops and their progenitors has not been conducted to test this hypothesis. Here, we present a systematic survey of reproductive barriers between 32 economically important crop species and their progenitors to better Although reproductive traits have dominated as study objects due to their immediate importance for evolutionary success, much work has also been conducted on patterns of development, growth and senescence, as well as on the shifts in resource allocation related to these  › Life Sciences › Ecology.


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This book examines the ecological and evolutionary explanations for variation in plant reproductive allocation from the perspective of the underlying physiological mechanisms  › Inicio › eBooks. INTRODUCTION. Understanding the factors governing reproductive allocation (RA) in plants is a key element in understanding species dynamics in populations and communities (Reekie and Bazzaz ).The role of plant size as a determinant of reproductive output in isolated plants is well documented (Mc Connaughay and Coleman ; Weiner ).The relationship between the RA and size of an Reproductive output is the measure of seed production per unit time (either in numbers or units mass).

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