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How reproductive allocation and flowering probability of individuals in plant populations are affected by position in stand size hierarchy, plant size and CO2 regime

Brophy, Caroline and Gibson, David J. and Wayne, Peter M. and Connolly, John (2008) How reproductive allocation and flowering probability of individuals in plant populations are affected by position in stand size hierarchy, plant size and CO2 regime. Journal of Plant Ecology, 1. pp. 207-215. ISSN 1752-9921

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Abstract

We investigate the effect of position within a size-structured population on the reproductive allocation (RA) and flowering probability of individual plants of Sinapis arvensis. We also assess the effects of plant size and changing level of CO2 on both responses.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: asymmetric competition; neighbour effects; nonreproducing plants; stand effects; Sinapis arvensis;
Subjects: Science & Engineering > Mathematics & Statistics
Item ID: 1594
Depositing User: Dr. Caroline Brophy
Date Deposited: 16 Oct 2009 11:21
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Plant Ecology
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Refereed: Yes
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