6 edition of Perspectives on plant population ecology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Rodolfo Dirzo and José Sarukhán.|
|Contributions||Dirzo, Rodolfo., Sarukhán, José.|
|LC Classifications||QK910 .P47 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
|ISBN 10||0878931422, 0878931430|
|LC Control Number||83020182|
This volume presents an overview of current accomplishments and future directions in ecological theory. The twenty-three chapters cover a broad range of important topics, from the physiology and behavior of individuals or groups of organisms, through population dynamics and community structure, to the ecology of ecosystems and the geochemical cycles of the entire biosphere. Population Ecology. A population is a group of interbreeding organisms that are members of the same species living in the same area at the same time. (Organisms that are all members of the same species are called conspecifics.) A population is identified, in part, by where it lives, and its area of population may have natural or artificial.
The book is divided into five sections beginning with an examination of the ecological characteristics of human population and a discussion of population policies in developing and developed nations. This section is followed by the construction of an analytic framework . The book emphasizes the particular characteristics of plants that affect their population biology, and evolutionary questions that are particularly relevant for plants. Wherever appropriate, it is shown how ecology and genetics interact, presenting a rounded picture of the population biology of plants.
Pollination and Floral Ecology is the most comprehensive single-volume reference to all aspects of pollination biology--and the first fully up-to-date resource of its kind to appear in decades. This beautifully illustrated book describes how flowers use colors, shapes, and scents to advertise themselves; how they offer pollen and nectar as rewards; and how they share complex interactions with. New Perspectives on Small Ape Socioecology and Population Biology. number of intrepid field and laboratory researchers have made steady progress in the study of gibbon behavior and ecology over the last several decades. This volume is a systematic compilation of recent research on gibbon socioecology and population biology with a focus on.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perspectives on plant population ecology. Sunderland, Mass.: Sinauer Associates, (OCoLC) PERSPECTIVES ON PLANT POPULATION ECOLOGY/ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF THE GEOBIOSPHERE.
ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (Book). Grime. Search for more papers by this author. Grime. Search for more papers by this author. First published: June Author: J.
Grime. Population ecology is an ever-increasing field in plant ecology. The large number of papers published in the field since the last review in this series (Starfinger and Stocklin ) makes it. Cousens et al.'s book is a good step toward remedying this."--The Quarterly Review of Biology "Dispersal in plants: a population perspective is an excellent work, and a valuable addition to the plant ecologist's bookshelfEcology "This book highly recommended for plant and weed ecologists interested in plant population by: TO THE STUDY OF PLANT POPULATIONS 9 The Morphological Basis of Plant Population Ecology 1.
Plant Metamerism 15 JAMES WHITE 2. Dynamic Morphology: 48 A Contribution to Plant Population Ecology ADRIAN D. BELL Contrasting Levels in the Study of Plant Populations 3. Dynamics of Plant Populations 66 from a Synecological Viewpoint EDDY VAN DER MAAREL.
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics (PPEES) publishes outstanding and thought-provoking articles of general interest to an international readership in the fields of plant ecology, evolution Perspectives on plant population ecology book systematics.
Of particular interest are longer, in-depth articles that provide a broad understanding of key topics in the field. Although the authors aimed this book at graduate students in plant ecology, plant scientists and ecologists, I recommened it to all weed scientists and agronomists as well.
* Camilla Moonen EWRS Newsletter * Overall, Dispersal in plants: a population perspective is an excellent work, and a valuable addition to the plant ecologist's bookshelf.
Tropical Ecology. This note utilizes an integrative approach to examine conservation, sustainability, and biodiversity of tropical ecosystems.
Topics covered includes: Tropical life zones, The rainforest and how it functions, Evolution in the tropics, Tropical plants, Tropical plant compounds and Bioprospecting, Plant-Animal Interactions, Tropical birds and mammals, Tropical fish, amphibians.
Shortlisted for The BPA Print Group Best Designed Tertiary and Further Education Book in the 55th Annual APA Book Design Awards Ecology: An Australian Perspective is uniquely and wholly Australian. It is the only textbook of ecology that deals comprehensively with the ecological principles and practice of plant and animal ecology in an Australian context.
Perspectives on Plant Competition is mainly about addressing the many different perspectives in plant competition and finding a common ground among them. Its aim is that through this common ground, new theories can be created.
Encompassing 20 chapters, this book is divided into three parts. An early edition of this book () challenged ecologists to consider mechanisms of plant competition in different environments. Plants must invest resources and forage to obtain resources, and this has consequences ranging from plant traits to ecosystem properties.
Harper, John L. Population biology of plants. London: Academic Press. The book also examines the development of theory in insect ecology and how it is advanced.
Novel features in the Third Edition include four new chapters, covering the importance of insect ecology, the development of theory in the science, hypotheses on plant and herbivore interactions, and a synthesis chapter on population dynamics.
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. A concise and important work that considers natural selection in plants, experimental approaches to studying plant populations, and interactions between plants and animals, microbes, and pollinators.
Dirzo, Rodolfo, and Jose Sarukhan, eds. Perspectives on plant population ecology. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates. E-mail Citation». e-books in Ecology category Environmental Biology by Matthew R. Fisher (ed.) - Pressbooks, This open textbook covers the most salient environmental issues, from a biological perspective.
Topics include the fundamentals of ecology, biodiversity, pollution, climate change, food production, and human population growth. Read the latest articles of Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
In recent years a number of useful books on methods in plant ecology have been published, e.g. Hendry & Grime (Methods in comparative plant ecology, ), Ebert (Plant and animal. Yet from the viewpoint of those engaged in biodiversity-related sciences—such as population biology, ecology, systematics, evolution, and genetics—biodiversity has a specific meaning: "the variety and variability of biological organisms" (Keystone Center ; Noss and.
Vegetation Ecology, 2nd Edition is aimed at advanced undergraduates, graduates and researchers and teachers in plant ecology, geography, forestry and nature conservation. Vegetation Ecology takes an integrated, multidisciplinary approach and will be welcomed as an essential reference for plant ecologists the world over.
Get this from a library. Managing planet earth: perspectives on population, ecology, and the law. [Miguel A Santos]. The Population Ecology of Organizations' Michael T. Hannan Stanford University John Freeman University of California, Berkeley A population ecology perspective on organization-environment rela-tions is proposed as an alternative to the dominant adaptation per-spective.
The strength of inertial pressures on organizational structure.This book synthesises current viewpoints and knowledge on microbial ecological theory. The editors have assembled a collection of essays by a diverse group of well-respected scientists who merge the boundaries of ecology and microbiology to explore some of the central tenets of macro-ecological theory with a microbial perspective.population ecology perspective.
Hannan and Freeman's () seminal work on The Population Ecology of Organizations introduces the population ecology perspective on organization-environment relations as an alternative to the dominant adaptation perspectives. They contend that, although there are .