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Volume 94, Number 3, 1 May 2006

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Announcement
pp. 509-509(1)
Authors: Hutchings, Mike; Gibson, David

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The diversity and conservation of plant reproductive and dispersal functional traits in human‐dominated tropical landscapes
pp. 522-536(15)
Authors: MAYFIELD, MARGARET M.; ACKERLY, DAVID; DAILY, GRETCHEN C.

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Self‐organized vegetation patterning as a fingerprint of climate and human impact on semi‐arid ecosystems
pp. 537-547(11)
Authors: BARBIER, NICOLAS; COUTERON, PIERRE; LEJOLY, JEAN; DEBLAUWE, VINCENT; LEJEUNE, OLIVIER

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Previous land use alters plant allocation and growth in forest herbs
pp. 548-557(10)
Authors: FRATERRIGO, JENNIFER M.; TURNER, MONICA G.; PEARSON, SCOTT M.

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Natural and anthropogenic variation in coarse wood among and within lakes
pp. 558-568(11)
Authors: MARBURG, ANNA E.; TURNER, MONICA G.; KRATZ, TIMOTHY K.

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Why are there so many small plants? Implications for species coexistence
pp. 569-580(12)
Authors: AARSSEN, LONNIE W.; SCHAMP, BRANDON S.; PITHER, JASON

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Ecological correlates of range structure in rare and scarce British plants
pp. 581-596(16)
Authors: POCOCK, MICHAEL J. O.; HARTLEY, STEPHEN; TELFER, MARK G.; PRESTON, CHRISTOPHER D.; KUNIN, WILLIAM E.

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Geographic patterns of diversity in streams are predicted by a multivariate model of disturbance and productivity
pp. 609-618(10)
Authors: CARDINALE, BRADLEY J.; HILLEBRAND, HELMUT; CHARLES, DONALD F.

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Transient facilitative effects of heather on Scots pine along a grazing disturbance gradient in Scottish moorland
pp. 637-645(9)
Authors: BROOKER, R. W.; SCOTT, D.; PALMER, S. C. F.; SWAINE, E.

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Neighbourhood composition determines growth, architecture and herbivory in tropical rain forest tree seedlings
pp. 646-655(10)
Authors: MASSEY, FERGUS P.; MASSEY, KATE; PRESS, MALCOLM C.; HARTLEY, SUE E.

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The role of wood density and stem support costs in the growth and mortality of tropical trees
pp. 670-680(11)
Authors: KING, DAVID A.; DAVIES, STUART J.; TAN, SYLVESTER; NOOR, NUR SUPARDI MD.

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Preventing crown collisions increases the crown cover and leaf area of maturing lodgepole pine
pp. 681-686(6)
Authors: MENG, SHAWN X.; RUDNICKI, MARK; LIEFFERS, VICTOR J.; REID, DOUGLAS E. B.; SILINS, ULDIS

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The evolution of rewards: seed dispersal, seed size and elaiosome size
pp. 687-694(8)
Authors: EDWARDS, WILL; DUNLOP, MICHAEL; RODGERSON, LOUISE

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Biological flora of the British Isles: Cakile maritima Scop.
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