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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 92, Number 5, October 2004

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How far can a hawk's beard fly? Measuring and modelling the dispersal of Crepis praemorsa
pp. 747-757(11)
Authors: SKARPAAS, OLAV; STABBETORP, ODD E.; RØNNING, INGEBORG; SVENNUNGSEN, THOMAS O.

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An evaluation of alternative dispersal functions for trees
pp. 758-766(9)
Authors: GREENE, DAVID F.; CANHAM, CHARLES D.; COATES, K. DAVID; LEPAGE, PHILIP T.

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Dispersal potential in plant communities depends on environmental conditions
pp. 767-777(11)
Authors: OZINGA, WIM A.; BEKKER, RENÉE M.; SCHAMINÉE, JOOP H. J.; VAN GROENENDAEL, JAN M.

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Effect of dispersal capacity on forest plant migration at a landscape scale
pp. 778-785(8)
Authors: TAKAHASHI, KANAKO; KAMITANI, TOMOHIKO

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Dispersal phenology of hydrochorous plants in relation to discharge, seed release time and buoyancy of seeds: the flood pulse concept supported
pp. 786-796(11)
Authors: BOEDELTJE, GER; BAKKER, JAN P.; TEN BRINKE, ALBERT; VAN GROENENDAEL, JAN M.; SOESBERGEN, MARTIN

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Plant community development is affected by nutrients and soil biota
pp. 824-834(11)
Authors: DE DEYN, G. B.; RAAIJMAKERS, C. E.; VAN DER PUTTEN, W. H.

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Identifying and modelling the determinants of woody plant invasion of lowland heath
pp. 868-881(14)
Authors: MANNING, P.; PUTWAIN, P. D.; WEBB, N. R.

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Rhinanthus minor L.
pp. 906-927(22)
Author: WESTBURY, DUNCAN B.

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