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Environmental context influences the outcome of a plant-seed predator interaction

Abstract:

Mutualistic and antagonistic interactions with animals are known to influence the performance of plants in many ways. Much less is known about how such effects are influenced by the environment and how they translate into effects on plant population dynamics. In this study, we first quantified how pre-dispersal seed predation in the perennial herb Primula veris changes along a continuous gradient of canopy cover. We then used a deterministic demographic modeling approach to investigate how se...

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Journal:
OIKOS
Volume:
116
Issue:
5
Pages:
864-872
Publication date:
2007-05-05
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EISSN:
1600-0706
ISSN:
0030-1299
URN:
uuid:d9ad7249-a473-4a9e-94fb-5522845b4c8c
Source identifiers:
47706
Local pid:
pubs:47706
Language:
English

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