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Volume 10, Number 5, 1 October 1999

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Plant functional types and disturbance dynamics – Introduction
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Disturbance response in vegetation – towards a global perspective on functional traits
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On the identification of optimal plant functional types
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Deriving functional types for rain‐forest trees
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Plant functional traits, ecosystem structure and land‐use history along a climatic gradient in central‐western Argentina
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Grazing response groups among understorey plants in arid rangelands
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Plant functional types and ecosystem function in Mediterranean shrubland
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A rule‐based model for the functional analysis of vegetation change in Australasian grasslands
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Scaling effects of grazing in a semi‐arid grassland
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Vegetation development in dune slacks: the role of persistent seed banks
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Relationship between plant species richness and biomass in a coastal Maine
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