Reproductive ecology and genetic variation
This chapter first considers the process of flowering phenology and pollination, and techniques for measuring fruit production, dispersal, and predation. It then presents methods for analysing the mating systems of plants and the genetic structure of populations. Topics covered include pollination ecology, flowering and fruiting phenology, seed ecology, and assessment of genetic variation.
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