Oak Seed Dispersal

A Study in Plant-Animal Interactions

The definitive examination of oak forest evolutionary ecology. Les mer
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The definitive examination of oak forest evolutionary ecology.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword, by Stephen B. Vander Wall
Preface
Chapter 1. Seed Dispersal
Chapter 2. The Distribution, Diversity, and Evolution of the Oaks
Chapter 3. The Oak Life Cycle
Chapter 4. Masting in Oaks
Chapter 5. The Oak Dispersal Process: Intrinsic Factors I
Chapter 6. The Oak Dispersal Process: Intrinsic Factors II
Chapter 7. The Oak Dispersal Process: Extrinsic Factors I
Chapter 8. The Oak Dispersal Process: Extrinsic Factors II
Chapter 9. The Rodents: Seed Predators or Seed Dispersers?
Chapter 10. The Jays: A Different Kind of Oak Dispersal Agent
Chapter 11. The Mind of the Scatterhoarder
Chapter 12. The Insects: Acorn Predators, Parasites, or Commensals?
Chapter 13. Anthropogenic Factors Influencing Oak Dispersal, Establishment, and Regeneration
Chapter 14. Threatened Oak Forests and Oak Forest Conservation
Chapter 15. Oak Dispersal and Oak-Animal Interactions: Looking Forward
Literature Cited
Index

Om forfatteren

Michael A. Steele is the H. Fenner Endowed Professor of Research Biology at Wilkes University. He is a coauthor of North American Tree Squirrels, Squirrels of the World, and Terrestrial Vertebrates of Pennsylvania: A Complete Guide to Species of Conservation Concern.