This project addresses mechanisms of adaptation to different man-disturbed habitats in widely distributed weedy species. Polygonum aviculare is the main study material.
life strategies, life strategy, population genetics, modifications, morphology, evolution, evolutionary strategies, weeds, rare plants, threatened plants, adaptations, adaptive strategies, phenotypical plasticity, terrestrial, grasslands, ecology, population ecology, Demography and life-history, Ecology, Genetics, Morphology, Phylogeny and evolution, Cultivated and artificial habitats, Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, phenotypic plasticity, Biogeography, Systematics and taxonomy, Origins, Maintenance and Change of Biodiversity, Systematics, Inventorying and Classification, Invasive Species and their Effect on Biodiversity, Western Europe, Belgium, Polygonum aviculare, Silene nutans, Agrostis, Helianthemum nummularium, Helianthemum apenninum, vascular plants, Polygonaceae
|Laboratory of Plant Ecology and Biogeochemistry||unknown|
|Meerts P., 1995. Phenotypic plasticity in the annual weed Polygonum aviculare. Botanica Acta 108: 414-424.||author|
|Meerts P. & Garnier E., 1996. Variation in relative growth rate and its components in the annual Polygonum aviculare in relation to habitat disturbance and seed size. Oecologia 108: 438-445.||author|
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