Seed Dispersal

  • Susanne S. Renner
Conference paper
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 49)

Abstract

In the last few years, hundreds of publications dealing with seed dispersal have appeared. The years 1982–83 seem a good starting point for the present review because several important summaries of the theoretical and empirical aspects of seed dispersal appeared about that time: VAN DER PIJL (1982, 3rd revised and enlarged edition), HOWE and SMALLWOOD (1982), JANZEN (1983c), KUBITZKI (ed., 1983), and WILLSON (1983b). Books by LEIGH et al. (1982) and SUTTON et al. (1983) also contain good chapters on dispersal.

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Mold Germinate Explosive Beach Miocene 

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