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plant geography


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plant geography

plant geography

Essay on the Geography of Plants

Plant Geography of Chile.—Andrés Moreira-Muñoz.

How does labour mobility affect the performance of plants? The importance of relatedness and geographical proximity

Composition of fungal soil communities varies with plant abundance and geographic origin

Geographic market access and the effects of trade on length of production run, product diversity and plant scale of Canadian manufacturing plants, 1974–1999

Temporal and Spatial Genetic Variability Among Tarnished Plant Bug (Hemiptera: Miridae) Populations in a Small Geographic Area

Genetic Diversity and Geographic Differentiation in Tacca chantrieri (Taccaceae): an Autonomous Selfing Plant with Showy Floral Display

Geographical Variation in the Seasonal Population Dynamics of Bruchidius dorsalis (Coleoptera: Bruchidae): Constraints of Temperature and Host Plant Phenology

Geographic Differentiation of Colombian Neoleucinodes elegantalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) Haplotypes: Evidence for Solanaceae Host Plant Association and Holdridge Life Zones for Genetic Differentiation

EVALUATION OF SELECTED INSECTICIDES APPLIED AT-PLANTING FOR CONTROL OF SEEDLING STAGE PESTS IN FIELD CORN AT TWO DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS IN GEORGIA, 2004

EVALUATION OF SELECTED INSECTICIDES APPLIED AT-PLANTING FOR CONTROL OF SEEDLING STAGE PESTS IN FIELD CORN AT TWO DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS IN GEORGIA, 2003

The effect of geographical variation of planting rate on the uptake of carbon by new forests of Great Britain

Origins of Biogeography: The Role of Biological Classification in Early Plant and Animal Geography.— By Malte Christian Ebach.

Invasive grasses consistently create similar plant–soil feedback types in soils collected from geographically distant locations

Application of the Isolation with Migration Model Demonstrates the Pleistocene Origin of Geographic Differentiation in Cardamine nipponica (Brassicaceae), an Endemic Japanese Alpine Plant

Quantitative Determination of Four Constituents of Tinospora sps. by a Reversed-Phase HPLC-UV-DAD Method. Broad-Based Studies Revealing Variation in Content of Four Secondary Metabolites in the Plant from Different Eco-Geographical Regions of India

 

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The study of the distribution of world vegetation, with particular emphasis on the influence of the environmental factors that determine this distribution.

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