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*  Phys.org - seed dispersal
Tracing a plant's steps: Following seed dispersal using chloroplast DNA. Plants spread their seeds across the landscape to ... Research shows secondary seed dispersal by predator animals is important for recolonization of plants. In the middle of ... Snacking snakes act as 'ecosystem engineers' in seed dispersal. Despite the bad rap snakes often get, they are more central to ... Quite unexpectedly, however, researchers have found that they also provide seed dispersal services for the plant ... ...
https://phys.org/tags/seed+dispersal/sort/liverank/all/
*  Seed Dispersal - Junior Master Gardener
The act of seeds leaving the parent plant is called seed dispersal. There are four different type of seed dispersal wind, water ... The seed pod of the grass burr have hook like structures attached, which helps in its dispersal. With the hooks, the seeds are ... The seeds on a dandelion have feather-like bristles, which helps in its dispersal. With these bristles, the seeds are better ... Seeds Move Gallery:. Go through the pictures below to see which type of seed dispersal they are! ...
http://jmgkids.us/seedsmove/
*  Differential contribution of frugivores to complex seed dispersal patterns | PNAS
Seed Dispersal Kernel.. The seed dispersal distance kernel was obtained directly by measuring the distance between the seed ... Sampling of Dispersed Seeds.. To estimate the relative contribution of each dispersal vector to the seed dispersal kernel and ... seed dispersal kernel. Seed dispersal establishes the initial template for regeneration in natural plant populations, ... Successful seed dispersal consists of removal from a source tree and deposition into sites (the seed shadow) where seeds can ...
http://www.pnas.org/content/104/9/3278
*  Seed dispersal - Wikipedia
Long Distance Dispersal of Seeds Long distance seed dispersal (LDD) is a type of spatial dispersal that is currently defined by ... recent evidence suggests that the majority of seed dispersal events involves more than one dispersal phase. Seed dispersal is ... This form of seed dispersal has been implicated in rapid plant migration and the spread of invasive species. Seed dispersal via ... may also disperse seeds by hoarding the seeds in hidden caches. The seeds in caches are usually well-protected from other seed ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seed_dispersal
*  Seed dispersal syndrome - Wikipedia
These seeds commonly have heavy seed dispersal syndromes. However, heavy seeds may not be a form of seed dispersal syndrome, ... Seed dispersal syndromes are morphological characters of seeds correlated to particular seed dispersal agents. Dispersal is the ... Hydrochory is seed dispersal by water. Seeds can disperse by rain or ice or be submerged in water. Seeds dispersed by water ... Zoochory is the dispersal of seeds by animals and can be further divided into three classes. Endozoochory is seed dispersal by ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seed_dispersal_syndrome
*  Browsing Ecology and Evolutionary Biology by Subject "seed dispersal"
Seed dispersal by Ceratogymna hornbills in the Dja Reserve, Cameroon  Smith, Thomas B.; Parker, V. Thomas; Hardesty, Britta ... Seed dispersal is a process critical to the maintenance of tropical forests, yet little is known about the interactions of most ... Habitat use and resource tracking by African Ceratogymna hornbills: implications for seed dispersal and forest conservation  ... Browsing Ecology and Evolutionary Biology by Subject "seed dispersal". 0-9. A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. ...
https://scholarship.rice.edu/handle/1911/21685/browse?value=seed+dispersal&type=subject
*  Benefits of seed dispersal for plant populations and species diversity
Seed dispersal influences the diversity and distribution of plants in ecological communities, and animals are the major vector ... The first chapter explores novel benefits of seed dispersal in a wild chili from Bolivia caused by the reduction of ... Defaunation occurring at the global scale threatens a pervasive disruption of seed dispersal mutualisms. Understanding the ... scope of this problem and developing predictions for the impact of seed disperser loss on plant diversity requires knowledge of ...
https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/33105
*  Seed Dispersal by Toucans in Amazonia, Ecuador | Research Project Database | Grantee Research Project | ORD | US EPA
Seed Dispersal by Toucans in Amazonia, Ecuador. EPA Grant Number: U916250. Title: Seed Dispersal by Toucans in Amazonia, ... fellowship, Pteroglossus pluricinctus, Ramphastos cuvieri, Ramphastidae toucans, seed dispersal, seed and seedling shadows. ... distribution of seeds based only on toucan dispersal; and (2) estimate seed and seedling shadows of Virola flexuosa using ... In addition, I will address the following hypotheses: (1) there are species-specific differences in seed dispersal behavior and ...
https://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_abstracts/index.cfm/fuseaction/display.abstractDetail/abstract/7020/report/0
*  Science News Daily || Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal
... yet little attention has been paid to date to their role in spreading plant seeds. A new study in the Journal of ... ... Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal. Mallards are among the most abundant and widespread duck species in the world, ... Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal. Mallards are among the most abundant and widespread duck species in the world, ... Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal, Mon 5 Feb 18 from ScienceDaily ...
http://sciencenewsdaily.org/ecology-news/cluster1103386036/
*  Seed dispersal by snakes | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
In terms of secondary dispersal, rattlesnakes are best described as diplochorous. Because seed rescue and secondary dispersal ... Seed dispersal is a key evolutionary process and a central theme in the population ecology of terrestrial plants. The primary ... Seed ingestion and germination in rattlesnakes: overlooked agents of rescue and secondary dispersal. Randall S. Reiserer, ... Seed ingestion and germination in rattlesnakes: overlooked agents of rescue and secondary dispersal ...
http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/285/1872/20172755
*  Seed dispersal by moa | Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences
An avian seed dispersal paradox: New Zealand's extinct megafaunal birds did not disperse large seeds. Joanna K. Carpenter, ... An avian seed dispersal paradox: New Zealand's extinct megafaunal birds did not disperse large seeds ... An avian seed dispersal paradox: New Zealand's extinct megafaunal birds did not disperse large seeds. ... An avian seed dispersal paradox: New Zealand's extinct megafaunal birds did not disperse large seeds ...
http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/285/1877/20180352
*  PPT - Seed Dispersal How does it happen? PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 1e19de-ZDc1Z
Seed dispersal - Unit 2 Seed dispersal How do seeds move from place to place? Seed dispersal: Unit 2 Where do ducks carry seeds ... Seed Dispersal How does it happen?. 1. Seed Dispersal How does it happen? 2. Wind Dispersal 3. WIND DISPERSAL*Pepperpots ... Seed Dispersal How does it happen? - Seed Dispersal How does it happen? WIND DISPERSAL Pepperpots Parachutes Spinners WATER ... Wind dispersal is most common for smaller, lighter seeds. 4. WATER DISPERSAL*Seeds of plants which grow near water may ...
https://www.powershow.com/view1/1e19de-ZDc1Z/Seed_Dispersal_How_does_it_happen_powerpoint_ppt_presentation
*  "Incorporating Animal Behavior Into Seed Dispersal Models: Implication" by Sabrina E. Russo, Stephen Portnoy et al.
Both seed shadow heterogeneity and dispersal curve multimodality arose directly from these different dispersal processes ... An important function of seed dispersal models is to use the seed shadows they predict to estimate components of plant ... dispersal at their sleeping sites) and that scattered seeds (dispersal during diurnal foraging and resting). The single- ... animal behavior is known to influence seed shadows but is poorly integrated in seed dispersal models. Here, we illustrate a ...
https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/bioscifacpub/257/
*  Lepidium latifolium reproductive potential and seed dispersal along salinity and moisture gradients | Springer for Research &...
Seed dispersal tended to peak early in autumn and tapered off as the season progressed (Fig. 6). Seed dispersal rates at ... Key factors affecting seed dispersal are seed production, seed viability, inflorescence height, inflorescence number, and ... but prior to seed dispersal. This allowed for pollination while still preventing seed loss from dispersal. The bagged ... Captured seed totals were scaled up to encompass 100% of the dispersal area out to 5 m. Estimated seed production was also ...
https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-008-9421-0
*  Ecological consequences of primary and secondary seed dispersal on seed and seedling fate of Dipteryx oleifera (Fabaceae)
The variable H codes for primary seed dispersal or secondary seed dispersal, when seeds were moved into bat seed piles or ... For instance, observed primary seed dispersal moved seeds 23.77±0.47m (SE) and secondary seed dispersal 24.40±0.14m (SE) away ... How to elucidate seed fate? A review of methods used to study seed removal and secondary seed dispersal, p. 379-393. In P.M. ... Bat seed piles and seed conditions below roosting palms: Seeds of D. oleifera at bat seed piles and caches were systematically ...
http://www.scielo.sa.cr/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0034-77442010000300014
*  DIGITAL.CSIC: Seedling recruitment in a semi-arid steppe: The role of microsite and post-dispersal seed predation
In this study, we explore the role of microsite and post-dispersal seed predation on the seedling emergence of two species from ... Seedling recruitment in a semi-arid steppe: The role of microsite and post-dispersal seed predation. ... Seed predation was in general high and differed significantly between species but not between microsites. Q. coccifera was ... Seeds of these species were sown in plots divided into two microsites: (i) under tussocks of S. tenacissima and (ii) in the ...
https://digital.csic.es/handle/10261/16473
*  A comparison of bird foraging preferences for fruits of indigenous and alien shrubs and seed dispersal potentials in the Cape...
... gut retention times of consumed seed and flight speeds. Estimated seed dispersal distances ranged between 0.41 and 0.81 km for ... A comparison of bird foraging preferences for fruits of indigenous and alien shrubs and seed dispersal potentials in the Cape ... passage times of ingested alien and indigenous seeds need to be measured in local bird species so long distance seed dispersal ... foraging times and products of these in the computed consumption intensity and seed dispersal efficiency were positively ...
http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/20374
*  Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal | Kovvali Magazine
Home Science Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal. Duck faeces shed light on plant seed dispersal. *■Science ...
http://kovvali.net/duck-faeces-shed-light-on-plant-seed-dispersal/
*  Phenotypic differentiation and seeding dispersal in non-mucoid and mucoid Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms
... ... Rhamnolipid (rhlA) was not required for seeding dispersal but las/rhl QS (PAO1-JP2) was, in our system. To assess the clinical ... This phenomenon was termed 'seeding dispersal' to differentiate it from 'erosion' which is the passive removal of single cells ... Purevdorj-Gage B, Costerton JW, Stoodley P, "Phenotypic differentiation and seeding dispersal in non-mucoid and mucoid ...
https://scholarworks.montana.edu/xmlui/handle/1/13353
*  Seed Dispersal - Explain Types of Dispersion, Describe Seed Dispersal by Animals
Seed dispersal or fruit dispersal is defined as the process of transport of these structures away from parental plants to ... Pea dispersal Plant dispersal Seed dispersal Seed dispersal by animals Seed dispersal by water Seed dispersal by wind Seed ... seeds dispersal of fruits and seeds by animals dispersal of seeds by explosion dispersal of seeds by water dispersal of seeds ... agents of seed dispersal Anemochory Animal dispersal Cotton dispersal different types of seed dispersal Dispersal by explosion ...
http://botanystudies.com/seed-dispersal/
*  Increased seed dispersal potential towards geographic range limits in a Pacific coast dune plant | IslandScholar
Increased seed dispersal potential towards geographic range limits in a Pacific coast dune plant. Primary tabs. *View(active ... Darling, E., Samis, K. E., & Eckert, C. G. (2008). Increased seed dispersal potential towards geographic range limits in a ... Increased seed dispersal potential towards geographic range limits in a Pacific coast dune plant ... Here,increased dispersal at range margins was tested for with a range-wide analysis ofseed dispersal and mating system traits ...
http://www.islandscholar.ca/islandora/object/ir:576
*  The Phytophactor: Friday Fabulous Flower - At the stage of seed dispersal
Friday Fabulous Flower - At the stage of seed dispersal Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest ... The fertile seeds have a dark blue fleshy covering (aril probably, or fleshy seed coat) while the undeveloped seed are soft, ... A fruit is a flower at the stage of seed dispersal. Fruits aren't something different, just those parts of flowers that undergo ... No seeds, no fruits, no flowers: no problem. Desert flowers - The last two posts have focused on desert ferns, but it's only ...
http://phytophactor.fieldofscience.com/2011/08/friday-fabulous-flower-at-stage-of-seed.html
*  NAVER Academic | Differential Seed Dispersal by Birds of the Tree Casearia nitida (Flacourtiaceae)
... these patterns influence seed mortality, and (3) dispersal of seeds away from the parent tree is more likely to result from ... in a seed carried by an opportunistic frugivore because specialists are more likely to carry seeds away from areas of high seed ... flight patterns of frugivorous birds are responsible for directional patterns of seed dispersal, (2) ... Investment by the parent tree in a seed carried by a specialized frugivore is less likely to be wasted than investment ...
http://academic.naver.com/article.naver?doc_id=118824641
*  Fruit and Seed Chemistry, Biomass and Dispersal | SpringerLink
... a situation which normally makes most seeds unviable. Trees are adapted and seeds remain... ... Fruits and seeds are released into the water and may be submerged or floating for several days to months - ... Julliot C (1996) Seed dispersal by red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus) in a tropical rain forest. Int J Primatol 17:239-258 ... Gottsberger G (1978) Seed dispersal by fish in inundated regions of Humaitá, (Amazonas). Biotropica 10:170-83CrossRefGoogle ...
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-90-481-8725-6_12
*  Anemochory - dispersal of seeds, Biology
... dispersal of seeds, Anemochory - Dispersal of Seeds Seeds that are dispersed by air currents are usually light or are provided ... Since a large proportion of seeds are wasted, anemochorous plants ... Anemochory - Dispersal of Seeds Seeds that are dispersed by air ... Related Discussions:- Anemochory - dispersal of seeds, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Anemochory - dispersal of seeds, Get ... dispersal of seeds Discussions Write discussion on Anemochory - dispersal of seeds. Your posts are moderated ...
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