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Ranunculus acris L., Ranunculus repens L. and Ranunculus bulbosus L. Biological Flora of the British Isles



Ranunculus acris L., Ranunculus repens L. and Ranunculus bulbosus L. Biological Flora of the British Isles



Jour Ecol 45(1): 287-350



A review and original work on the detailed biology and autecology of 3 species of Ranunculus which are frequently associated in grassland communities. The following aspects of comparative ecology are treated: geographical and altitudinal distribution, variation, habitat (substratum and communities), response to biotic factors, gregariousness, relation to weather conditions, morphology, reproduction, cytology, phenology, physiology, floral biology (with lists of insect visitors), hybrids, seed production and dispersal, seed viability and germination, seedling morphology and effective reproduction, insect and fungal pests and diseases.

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