Specific forms of biotic interactions shaping the evolution of plant reproductive strategy are discussed and a taxonomically based review of the reproductive ecology of non angiosperm plant groups such as bryophytes ferns and algae is presented. Plant reproductive ecology patterns and strategies 1990 02 22 on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers will be shipped from us used books may not include companion materials may have some shelf wear may contain highlighting notes. Plant reproductive strategies and resource allocation tree vol 4 no 8 august 1989 this optimum and moreover as zimmerman4 points out if the optimal behaviour is a positive function of the developmental state of the organisms for ex ample we might expect only indi viduals above a certain age or size threshold to exhibit opti mal phenotypes. This collection of reviews by leading investigators examines plant reproduction and sexuality within a framework of evolutionary ecology providing an up to date account of the field the contributors discuss conceptual issues showing the importance of sex allocation sexual selection and inclusive fitness and the dimensions of paternity and maternity in plants. The 1980s saw the coming of age of investigations on the ecology of plant reproduction with the publication of plant reproductive ecology willson 1983 and plant reproductive ecology patterns and strategies published by oxford university press on behalf of the institute of botany chinese academy of sciences and the botanical
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