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Volume 14, Number 3, 1 June 2003

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Plant Functional Types in relation to disturbance and land use: Introduction
pp. 307-310(4)
Authors: Rusch, G.M.; Pausas, J.G.; Lepš, J.

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Functional traits of woody plants: correspondence of species rankings between field adults and laboratory‐grown seedlings?
pp. 311-322(12)
Authors: Cornelissen, J.H.C.; Cerabolini, B.; Castro‐Díez, P.; Villar‐Salvador, P.; Montserrat‐Martí, G.; Puyravaud, J.P.; Maestro, M.; Werger, M.J.A.; Aerts, R.

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An improved method for searching plant functional types by numerical analysis
pp. 323-332(10)
Authors: Pillar, Valério DePatta; Sosinski, Enio E.

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Simulating the effects of future fire regimes on western Canadian boreal forests
pp. 355-364(10)
Authors: Groot, W.J.; Bothwell, P.M.; Carlsson, D.H.; Logan, K.A.

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Effects of grazing on soil seed bank dynamics: An approach with functional groups
pp. 375-386(12)
Authors: Sternberg, Marcelo; Gutman, Mario; Perevolotsky, Avi; Kigel, Jaime

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A hierarchical deductive approach for functional types in disturbed ecosystems
pp. 409-416(8)
Authors: Pausas, Juli G.; Lavorel, Sandra

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The importance of biological inertia in plant community resistance to invasion
pp. 425-432(8)
Authors: Holle, Betsy; Delcourt, Hazel R.; Simberloff, Daniel

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Temporal trends in species composition and plant traits in natural grasslands of Uruguay
pp. 433-440(8)
Authors: Rodríguez, Claudia; Leoni, Elsa; Lezama, Felipe; Altesor, Alice

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Spatial pattern of
pp. 441-450(10)
Authors: McDonald, R.I.; Peet, R.K.; Urban, D.L.

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Differential recovery of above‐ and below‐ground rich fen vegetation following fertilization
pp. 451-458(8)
Authors: El‐Kahloun, Mohssine; Boeye, Dirk; Haesebroeck, Véronique; Verhagen, Bart

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