The Ecology of Plants
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2002 - Science - 523 pages
This textbook covers general ecology, but with the focus on the interactions between plants and their environment over a range of scales. It also emphasizes the importance of evolutionary and other historical processes for contemporary ecology. While the book is written for an undergraduate course in plant ecology, its style, coverage of the field, and contemporary perspective make it accessible and useful to others, from conservation biologists to evolutionary biologists
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