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The Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe

Methodology, Density and Longevity

by Thompson, Ken

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany & plant sciences,
  • Ecological science, the Biosphere,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Seed-Bearing Plants (Spermatophyta),
  • Soil Science,
  • Science,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Soil seed banks,
  • Life Sciences - Botany,
  • Science / Biology,
  • Soil seed banks--Europe,
  • Europe

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7742667M
    ISBN 100521495199
    ISBN 109780521495196

    on the topics of long-term persistent seed banks for restoration management. My final conclusion is of course that everyone working on seeds, seed banks, seed physiology, seed ecology should purchase this important book. References Thompson K., Bakker, J. P. & Bekker, R. M. The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density File Size: KB.   Seeds, seed banks and wetlands - Volume 14 Issue 3 - Mary Allessio Leck Leonard Hill Books Limited. Baskin, C.C., () The soil seed banks of north west Europe: methodology, density, and longevity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Van der Valk, A.G. () Succession in wetlands: a Gleasonian by: 2.

    1 Using the data in a recently published seed bank database for north‐west Europe, we describe how a species’ seed bank behaviour can be characterized by a single ‘longevity index’, and investigate how representative the information in the database is of the north‐west European also test the hypotheses that seeds of short‐lived species are more persistent than those of Cited by: Thompson K, Bakker JP, Bekker RM () Soil seed banks of north west Europe. Uni-versity Press, Cambridge Google Scholar Van Beckhoven K () Rewetting of coastal dune slacks: effects on plant growth and soil processes, PhD Thesis, Free Univ of Amsterdam Google ScholarCited by:

    Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe: Methodology, Density and Longevity. Ungar I.A. A significant seed bank for Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae) Ohio J. Sci. ; – Wassie A., Teketay D. Soil seed banks in church forests of northern Ethiopia: implications for the conservation of woody plants. Flora. ; –Cited by: rowan in soil seed banks in central and north-west European temperate forests are documented based on a survey of the literature. The aim was to summarize the general findings and to identify knowledge gaps concerning the soil seed bank with re-spect to these short-lived tree species. This species-specific information were dis-Cited by: 7.


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Bakker, et al. | Hardcover. Buried viable seed banks are a fundamental aspect of seed plant biology. They play a key role in the conservation and restoration of plant communities and the response of plants to changing land use and climate.

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soil seed banks of North-West Europe that was based on sources published between and the beginning of The last search for published references was conducted in April In this database we only included studies that (1) presented data on seed bank type (transient vs persistent, sensu Thompson et al.

) and mean. Ecology of Soil Seed Banks examines the factors that influence seed bank dynamics and the variety of patterns found among different species.

This book presents seed banks in a community context to explore the ecological implications of different patterns, and thus begin the development of a synthesis by comparing various g: North West Europe.

Unfortunately the book does not contain plant species from Central and East Europe. I need clearly informations about the type of seed bank and seed longevity of my recorded plant species. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Buried viable seed banks are a fundamental aspect of seed plant biology.

They play a key role in the conservation and restoration of plant communities and the response of plants to changing land use and climate.

There is almost no area of plant ecology in which seed banks are not implicated. The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity () Pagina-navigatie: Save as EndNote; Export to RefWorks; Title: The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity: Author: Thompson, Ken, Bakker, Jan P., Bekker, Renee M.

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Book x, p.: ill., map ; 26 cm. + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.) Subjects: Soil seed banks -- Europe. Medical subjects: Seeds -- Europe. System Details: System requirements for accompanying disk: PC/Power Mac format. Accessible by spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel, Borland Quattro Pro, Lotusand dBase.

Notes. The relationship between standing vegetation and the soil seed bank along the shores of Lake Taihu, China Lijuan Cui, Wei Li, Xinsheng Zhao, Manyin Zhang, Yinru Lei, Cited by: The soil seed bank is the natural storage of seeds, often dormant, within the soil of most ecosystems.

The study of soil seed banks started in when Charles Darwin observed the emergence of seedlings using soil samples from the bottom of a lake. The first scientific paper on the subject was published in and reported on the occurrence of seeds at different soil depths.

Weed seed banks Missing: North West Europe. The Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe: Methodology, Density and K. THOMPSON, J. BAKKER and R. BEKKER. 25 × 19 cm. x + Cited by: 1. The soil seed banks of north west Europe: methodology, density and longevity (Book, ) [] Your list has reached the maximum number of items.

Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your request to send this item has been completed. Sinceten soil seed bank classification systems have been published. Among these systems, the number of recognized seed bank categories varies from three to twelve.

Seed longevity is the main factor used for distinguishing categories, but dormancy and germination types are also by: Seed bank study. The floristic data from the phytosociological study were used as the vegetation species lists for the seed bank study. Soil for sampling the seed bank was collected in autumn from an area of ca.

50 m 2 at the centre of a representative and homogeneous area of each of the 33 plant communities. Within each community five sampling points were randomly selected within this 50 Cited by:.

I have tried to do it using Thompson K. et al. The Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe. (e.g. classical book of "Geobotany and biogeochemistry in mineral. Ecology of Soil Seed Banks examines the factors that influence seed bank dynamics and the variety of patterns found among different species.

This book presents seed banks in a community context to explore the ecological implications of different patterns, and thus begin the development of a synthesis by comparing various Edition: 1. Nitrogen (N) pollution is a global threat to the biodiversity of many plant communities, but its impacts on grassland soil seed banks are unknown.

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