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Longitudinal analysis of Plantago: adaptive benefits of iteroparity in a short-lived, herbaceous perennial


, : Longitudinal analysis of Plantago: adaptive benefits of iteroparity in a short-lived, herbaceous perennial. Ecology 91(2): 441-447

Theory suggests that iteroparity may confer greater fitness than semelparity in situations in which temporal environmental variation is high and unpredictable. Variable age-specific mortality, density dependence, and other factors may also favor iteroparity over semelparity. Here, we empirically test the adaptive benefits of greater numbers of reproductive years in a study of reproductive schedules in an experimental population of a short-lived polycarpic perennial, <i>Plantago lanceolata</i>.


Accession: 035238873

PMID: 20392009

DOI: 10.1890/09-0423.1

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