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Quantifying and understanding reproductive allocation schedules in plants: a lifetime of decisions

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Sep 19, 2014

Elizabeth Heidi Wenk, Daniel Stein Falster

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1. A plant’s reproductive allocation (RA) schedule describes the fraction of surplus energy allocated to reproduction as it increases in size. RA schedules distinguish between energy allocated to different tissue types and thus links to a key physiological trade-off in an organism’s fun...read more

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  • Quantifying and understanding reproductive allocation schedules in plants: a lifetime of decisions

    bioRxiv

    Sep 19, 2014

    Elizabeth Heidi Wenk, Daniel Stein Falster

    PMID: 990008508

    DOI: 10.1101/008508

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    1. A plant’s reproductive allocation (RA) schedule describes the fraction of surplus energy allocated to reproduction as it increases in size. RA schedules distinguish between energy allocated to different tissue types and thus links to a key physiological trade-off in an organism’s fun...read more

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