Delayed Germination of Seeds: A Look at the Effects of Adult Longevity, the\ud Timing of Reproduction, and Population Age/Stage Structure

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Rees, M.;
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press
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    mesheuropmc: food and beverages

The effects of adult longevity, the timing of reproduction, and population age/stage structure on the evolution of seed dormancy are explored in both constant and variable environment models. In the constant environment models complete germination is the evolutionarily ... View more
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