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Evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies

Thomas Johannes de Jong

Evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies

by Thomas Johannes de Jong

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Reproduction,
  • Plant ecophysiology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementTom J. de Jong and Peter G. L. Klinkhamer
    ContributionsKlinkhamer, Petrus Gerardus Leonardus
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 333 p. :
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17188668M
    ISBN 100521821428, 0521528941

    age of investigations on the ecology of plant reproduction with the publication of ‘Plant Reproductive Ecology’ (Willson ) and ‘Plant Reproductive Ecology: Patterns and Strategies’ (Lovett Doust and Lovett Doust ). Today the field is an integral part of evolutionary ecology with articles routinely. Plant Reproductive Ecology by Jon Lovett Doust, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    Plant Reproductive Ecology: Patterns and Strategies. From Oxford University Press Plant Reproductive Ecology: Patterns and Strategies From Oxford University Press This collection of reviews by leading investigators examines plant reproduction and sexuality within a framework of evolutionary ecology, providing an up-to-date account of the field. Evolutionary Ecology of Plant-Herbivore Interaction Nuñez-Farfán, J. (Ed), Valverde, P. (Ed) () Plant-herbivore interactions are a central topic in evolutionary ecology.

    These studies concern resource currencies, plant ontogeny and bud dynamics, reproductive costs, and clonal growth. While there is a certain amount of tension between the descriptive utility and the evolutionary validity of the reproductive strategy concept, the idea of strategy remains a robust by: Evolutionary ecology of human reproduction is defined as the application of natural selection theory to the study of human reproductive strategies and decision-making in an ecological context. The basic Darwinian assumption is that humans—like all other organisms—are designed to maximize their inclusive fitness within the ecological constraints to which they are exposed. Life history Cited by:


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Evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies by Thomas Johannes de Jong Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book places the wealth of data that have been collected on plants into the unifying framework of game theory. It is the authors' hope that many students will take on this challenge and help the study of the evolutionary ecology of plants to develop as a mature, predictive by: This book places the wealth of data that have been collected on plants into the unifying framework of game theory.

It is the authors' hope that many students will take on this challenge and help the study of the evolutionary ecology of plants to develop as a mature, predictive : $ -- Plant Genetics Newsletter "This book provides a valuable reference for graduate students and researchers interested in evolutionary ecology and plant reproductive biology.

Chapters by the Lovett Dousts, Bertin, Zimmerman, and Lee are especially notable in their critical and analytical perspectives on theory and current data."/5(1).

Gain curves: efficiency factors; 4. Evolutionary stable strategies: sex allocation strategies as an example; 5. Size at flowering; 6.

Reproductive effort; 7. Size and number trade-offs: the evolution of seed size; 8. Sex allocation theory for partially selfing plants; 9. Size dependent sex allocation; Sex ratios in dioecious plants; Get this from a library. Evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies. [Thomas Johannes de Jong; Petrus Gerardus Leonardus Klinkhamer] -- "Evolutionary biologists have produced a solid body of evidence to explain patterns of diversification, both within and among species.

Recent textbooks are weighted towards Evolutionary ecology of plant reproductive strategies book of animals, which. The evolution, maintenance, and loss of self-incompatibility in plants, the nature of 'sex choice' in plants, and sex dimorphism are all explored in detail. Specific forms of biotic interactions shaping the evolution of plant reproductive strategy are discussed, and a taxonomically based review of the reproductive ecology of non-angiosperm plant groups, such as bryophytes, ferns, and algae, is 4/5(1).

Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies. By Tom J de Jong and, Peter G L Klinkhamer. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press.

$ (hardcover); $ (paper). vi + p; ill.; index. ISBN: 0‐‐‐8 (hc); 0‐‐‐1 (pb). Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies 作者: de Jong, Tom J./ Klinkhamer, Peter G. 出版社: Cambridge Univ Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装. Evolutionary history of the buildup and breakdown of the heterostylous syndrome in Plumbaginaceae.

New Phytologist, (3): doi: /nph This article is part of the Special Issue: The ecology, evolution, and genetics of plant reproductive systems. Lecturer in Ecology Área de Biodiversidad y Conservación Universidad Rey Juan Carlos c/ Tulipán s/n. E Móstoles (Madrid) España - Spain rubentorices at My main research interest is the study of the evolution of reproductive strategies of plants.

Reproductive strategies determine mating behaviour and gene transfer, and thus they are closely linked. The evolution, maintenance, and loss of self-incompatibility in plants, the nature of 'sex choice' in plants, and sex dimorphism are all explored in detail. Specific forms of biotic interactions shaping the evolution of plant reproductive strategy are discussed, and a taxonomically based review of the reproductive ecology of non-angiosperm plant groups, such as bryophytes, ferns, and algae, is Price: $ [Book Review: Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies.] Article (PDF Available) in The Quarterly Review of Biology 81(3) September with 90 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The s saw the coming of age of investigations on the ecology of plant reproduction with the publication of ‘Plant Reproductive Ecology’ (Willson ) and ‘Plant Reproductive Ecology: Patterns and Strategies’ (Lovett Doust and Lovett Doust ).

Today the field is an integral part of evolutionary ecology with articles routinely Cited by: 1. Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies by Tom de Jong,Peter Klinkhamer Book Resume: Evolutionary biologists have produced a solid body of evidence to explain patterns of diversification, both within and among species.

In this book, initially published inProfessor Beattie reviews the fascinating natural history of ant–plant interactions, discusses the scientific evidence for the mutualistic nature of these relationships, and reaches some conclusions about the ecological and evolutionary processes that mold by: EVOLUTIONARYECOLOGYOFPLANT REPRODUCTIVESTRATEGIES - Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies Tom J.

de Jong and Peter G. Klinkhamer Frontmatter - Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies. Specific forms of biotic interactions shaping the evolution of plant reproductive strategy are discussed, and a taxonomically based review of the reproductive ecology of non-angiosperm plant groups, such as bryophytes, ferns, and algae, is presented.

Together these studies focus on the complexities. More broadly, plant reproductive strategies can be characterized by patterns of bio- mass allocation, mineral nutrient partitioning, and the commitment of shoot meristems (or other modu- lar units of plant growth) to par- ticular developmental by: Largely based on the 6th edition, published inthis version is competitively priced.

Written by well-known ecologist Eric R. Pianka, a student of the late Robert H. MacArthur, this timeless treatment of evolutionary ecology, first published inwill endure for many decades to come. Book on Evolutionary Ecology of Plants (in cooperation with T.J.

de Jong): Evolutionary Ecology of Plant Reproductive Strategies () Cambridge University Press. The different modes of asexual plant reproduction are reviewed in the context of the evolutionary ecology (evo-eco) of retaining old (and colonizing new) habitats and exploring new ones.This book based on plant-herbivore interactions is a central to the discipline in evolutionary ecology involving a wide range of topics such as, plant and herbivore physiology, population ecosystems, natural and domesticated plant systems and both micro- and macro-evolutionary levels.

Despite the deep evolutionary divergence between plants and animals, we find four trends in reproductive strategy that are common to both lineages: (i) offspring size is generally less variable than offspring number, (ii) offspring size increases with increasing parent body size, (iii) maternal genes restrict offspring size and increase offspring numbers, while zygotic genes act to increase Cited by: 6.