Sex in space: a synthesis

Ghazoul, Jaboury ; Uma Shaanker, R. (2004) Sex in space: a synthesis Biotropica, 36 (2). pp. 180-183. ISSN 0006-3606

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The five papers in this Special Section illustrate that pollination processes are often disrupted by changing plant distributions. They further demonstrate that plant pollination and seed production outcomes are highly complex due to multidimensional spatial effects and numerous interactive biological responses of both plants and pollinators at individual and population scales. Nevertheless, these studies also lend support to some emerging generalities that (through modeling) begin to provide a coherent framework by which further research, and ultimately management planning, could proceed.

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Keywords:Forest Conservation; Landscape Management; Modeling; Plant Regeneration; Pollination; Seed Production
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