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ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in Western Europe
Wilhelmus van Vierssen
|Statement||door Wilhelmus Van Vierssen|
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|Pagination||224 p. :|
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I. CHARACTERIZATION AND AUTECOLOGY OF THE ZANNICHELLIA TAXA W. VAN VIERSSEN Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology, Catholic University, Toernooiveld, El) Nijmegen (The Netherlands) 1 (Accepted 6 July ) ABSTRACT Van Vierssen, W., The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in western Europe.
by: The distribution of three Zannichellia taxa is discussed in relation to environmental factors such as chlorinity, size of the habitat, desiccation, water depth, water circulation and climatic conditions. Zannichellia palustris L. occurs in northern, central and western Europe, the coastal zone of the last area excepted.
In the Baltic area it occurs in brackish- as well as freshwater by: The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in Western Europe. Characterization and autecology of the Zannichellia taxaZannichellia taxaCited by: The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in Western Europe.
that the reproductive ecology (number of seeds produced and Author: Wim Van Vierssen. The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in western Europe. III. From a number of habitats in The Netherlands where the macrophyte flora was dominated by Zannichellia pedunculata Rchb., the chemical constitution of the plants (Na, Ca, Mn, Mg, K, Cited by: 9.
III. CHEMICAL ECOLOGY W. VAN VIERSSEN* Laboratory of Aquatic Ecology, Catholic University, Toernooiveld, ED Ni]megen (The Netherlands) (Accepted for publication 29 March ) ABSTRACT Van Vierssen, W., The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in western Europe.
III. Chemical ecology. Aquat. Bot., The ecology of communities dominated by Zannichellia taxa in Western Europe: Author(s): Vierssen, W.
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The secondary axis explains 19% of the variance and we interpret this as a measure of change in forest community between more mesic taxa and more Mediterranean taxa. ecology of Central Europe.
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Reproductive strategies and germination ecology. Aquat Bot –. The major subdisciplines of ecology — population ecology, community ecology, ecosystem ecology, and evolutionary ecology — have diverged increasingly in recent decades. What is critically needed today is an integrated, real-world approach to ecology that reflects the interdependency of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning.A pioneering work, Species Diversity in Ecological Communities looks at biodiversity in its broadest geographical and historical contexts.
For many decades, ecologists have studied only small areas over short time spans in the belief that diversity is regulated by local ecological interactions.
However, to understand fully how communities come to have the diversity they do, and to properly.Carex buekii is a tall sedge, forming large stands in wetlands, particularly in river floodplains across Central Europe and thus on many sites determining the typical appearance of riverine habitats.