Reproductive Ecology of Tropical Forest Plants

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K.S. Bawa, M. Hadley
CRC Press, 1991 M01 15 - 422 páginas
Reproductive Ecology of Tropical Forest Plants reviews recent developments in the reproductive ecology of tropical forest plants and explores the implications of current findings on forest structure, function, management, and conservation. It examines how insights gained from reproductive ecology can be helpful in the management of tropical forest resources and discusses directions of future research.
 

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REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY OF TROPICAL FOREST
3
PHENOLOGY COMMENTARY
17
PLANT PHENOLOGY POLLINATION ECOLOGY
37
SEASONAL DROUGHT AND THE TIMING
49
SYSTEMS AND POLLEN FLOWCOMMENTARY
65
PLANTPOLLINATOR INTERACTIONS
85
PHENOLOGY AND FLORAL MORPHOLOGY
103
BEETLE POLLINATION IN TROPICAL FORESTS
135
SEEDLING ECOLOGY COMMENTARY
233
SEED DORMANCY IN THE TROPICAL RAIN
247
SEEDLING TYPES AND PLANT ESTABLISHMENT
261
REGENERATION COMMENTARY
285
THE ROLE OF DISTURBANCE IN
291
THE FATE OF JUVENILE TREES IN
317
IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMMES COMMENTARY
345
EFFECTS OF INBREEDING ON GROWTH
355

POLLINATION AND REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
151
POLLEN GRAIN DEPOSITION PATTERNS
165
SEED AND FRUIT DISPERSAL COMMENTARY
181
INTERACTIONS AMONG FRUIT
219
GENETIC STRUCTURE OF TROPICAL TREE SPECIES
375
USE OF SMALL CLONAL PLANTS
389
REPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGY OF TROPICAL FOREST
403
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