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Seeds: The Ecology of Regeneration in Plant Communities, 2nd edition (Hardback)
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Seeds: The Ecology of Regeneration in Plant Communities, 2nd edition (Hardback)

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Hardback 416 Pages / Published: 19/12/2000
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This new edition of a successful text, originally published in 1992, has been thoroughly revised and updated to include recent advances. In addition, new chapters have been introduced to ensure comprehensive coverage of all aspects of seed ecology. These include evolutionary ecology of seed size, the roles of fire and of gaps in regeneration and seedling colonization. Chapters are written by internationally acknowledged experts to give a comprehensive overview of all aspects of seed ecology which will be invaluable to advanced students and researchers in seed science and plant ecology.

Publisher: CABI Publishing
ISBN: 9780851994321
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 45 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 30 mm
Edition: 2nd edition


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Fenner (biological sciences, U. of Southampton, UK) notes that one of the joys of seed ecology is that much research in the field can still be carried out without sophisticated technology or techniques. Four new chapters expand coverage of the 1992 text on plant reproductive ecology to include
advances in understanding the evolutionary ecology of seed size, seedling establishment, and the roles of fire and gaps in regeneration. The 16 chapters by international experts also cover such topics as maternal effects on seeds during development, the role of temperature in regulation of seed
dormancy and germination, and the contribution of seedling regeneration to the structure and dynamics of plant communities and ecosystems. Suitable for graduate or advanced undergraduate students."--SciTech Book News


"Fenner (biological sciences, U. of Southampton, UK) notes that one of the joys of seed ecology is that much research in the field can still be carried out without sophisticated technology or techniques. Four new chapters expand coverage of the 1992 text on plant reproductive ecology to include
advances in understanding the evolutionary ecology of seed size, seedling establishment, and the roles of fire and gaps in regeneration. The 16 chapters by international experts also cover such topics as maternal effects on seeds during development, the role of temperature in regulation of seed
dormancy and germination, and the contribution of seedling regeneration to the structure and dynamics of plant communities and ecosystems. Suitable for graduate or advanced undergraduate students."--SciTech Book News

"Fenner (biological sciences, U. of Southampton, UK) notes that one of the joys of seed ecology is that much research in the field can still be carried out without sophisticated technology or techniques. Four new chapters expand coverage of the 1992 text on plant reproductive ecology to include advances in understanding the evolutionary ecology of seed size, seedling establishment, and the roles of fire and gaps in regeneration. The 16 chapters by international experts also cover such topics as maternal effects on seeds during development, the role of temperature in regulation of seed dormancy and germination, and the contribution of seedling regeneration to the structure and dynamics of plant communities and ecosystems. Suitable for graduate or advanced undergraduate students."--SciTech Book News


"Fenner (biological sciences, U. of Southampton, UK) notes that one of the joys of seed ecology is that much research in the field can still be carried out without sophisticated technology or techniques. Four new chapters expand coverage of the 1992 text on plant reproductive ecology to include advances in understanding the evolutionary ecology of seed size, seedling establishment, and the roles of fire and gaps in regeneration. The 16 chapters by international experts also cover such topics as maternal effects on seeds during development, the role of temperature in regulation of seed dormancy and germination, and the contribution of seedling regeneration to the structure and dynamics of plant communities and ecosystems. Suitable for graduate or advanced undergraduate students."--SciTech Book News


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