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Tiller dispersion in populations of the bunchgrass Schizachyrium scoparium: implications for herbivory tolerance



Tiller dispersion in populations of the bunchgrass Schizachyrium scoparium: implications for herbivory tolerance



Oikos 59(1): 50-56



The hypothesis that a population structurally modified by herbivory into a configuration consisting of a high density of small plants possesses greater herbivory tolerance than a population composed of a low density of large plants was tested.

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DOI: 10.2307/3545121



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