SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Alpert, P. (1990) Water sharing among ramets in a desert population of Distichlis spicata. American Journal of Botany, 77, 16481651.
  • Alpert, P. (1996) Nutrient sharing in natural clonal fragments of Fragaria chiloensis. Journal of Ecology, 84, 395406.
  • Araujo, D.S.D. & Peixoto, A.L. (1977) Renovação da comunidade vegetal de restinga após uma queimada. Trabalhos do XXVI Congresso Nacional de Botânica, pp. 117. Academia Brasileira de Ciências, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Ashmun, J.W., Thomas, R.J., Pitelka, L.F. (1982) Translocation of photoassimilates between sister ramets in two rhizomatous forest herbs. Annals of Botany, 49, 403415.
  • Auld, T.D. (1990) The survival of juvenile plants of the resprouting shrub Angophora hispida (Myrtaceae) after a simulated low-intensity fire. Australian Journal of Botany, 38, 255260.
  • Bond, W.J. & van Wilgen, B.W. (1996) Fire and Plants. Chapman and Hall, London.
  • Bowen, M.J. & Pate, J.S. (1993) The significance of root starch in postfire shoot recovery of the resprouter Stirlingia latifolia R. Br. (Proteaceae). Annals of Botany, 72, 716.DOI: 10.1006/anbo.1993.1075
  • Brewer, J.S. & Platt, W.J. (1994) Effects of fire season and soil fertility on clonal growth in a pyrophilic forb, Pityopsis graminifolia (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany, 81, 805814.
  • Cirne, P. & Scarano, F.R. (1996) Rebrotamento após o fogo de Andira legalis (Leguminosae) em restinga fluminense. Impactos de Queimadas em Áreas de Cerrado e Restinga (eds H.S.Miranda, C.H.Saito & B.F.S.Dias), pp. 128136. Anais do Simpósio Impacto de Queimadas sobre os Ecossistemas e Mudanças Globais, UnB, Brasília, Brazil.
  • Ekstam, B. (1995) Ramet size equalisation in a clonal plant, Phragmites australis. Oecologia, 104, 440446.
  • Eriksson, O. (1993) Dynamics of genets in clonal plants. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 313316.
  • Goto, Y., Yoshitake, T., Okano, M., Shimada, K. (1996) Seedling regeneration and vegetative resprouting after fires in Pinus densiflora forests. Vegetatio, 122, 157165.
  • Hara, T. (1984a) A stochastic model and the moment dynamics of the growth and size distribution in plant populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 109, 173190.
  • Hara, T. (1984b) Dynamics of stand structure in plant monocultures. Distribution in plant populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 110, 223239.
  • Hara, T. (1986) Effects of density and extinction coefficient on size variability in plant populations. Annals of Botany, 57, 885892.
  • Hara, T., Der Toorn, J.V., Mook, J.H. (1993) Growth dynamics and size structure of shoots of Phragmites australis, a clonal plant. Journal of Ecology, 81, 4760.
  • Harper, J.L. (1977) Population Biology of Plants. Academic Press, London.
  • Harrison, S. (1991) Local extinction in a metapopulation context: an empirical evaluation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 42, 7388.
  • Hartnett, D.C. & Bazzaz, F.A. (1985) The genet and the ramet population dynamics of Solidago canadensis in an abandoned field. Journal of Ecology, 73, 407413.
  • Hutchings, M.J. & Bradbury, I.K. (1986) Ecological perspectives on clonal perennial herbs. When does it pay for individual clone modules to be functionally integrated or independent? Bioscience, 36, 178182.
  • James, S. (1984) Lignotubers and burls – their structure, function and ecological significance in Mediterranean ecosystems. Botanical Review, 50, 227266.
  • Kauffman, J.B. (1991) Survival by sprouting following fire in tropical forests of the eastern Amazon. Biotropica, 23, 219224.
  • Keeley, J.E., Keeley, M.B., Bond, W.J. (1998) Stem demography and post-fire recruitment of a resprouting serotinous conifer. Journal of Vegetation Science, 10, 6976.
  • de Kroon, H., Hara, T., Kwant, R. (1992) Size hierarchies of shoots and clones in clonal herb monocultures: do clonal and non-clonal plants compete differently? Oikos, 63, 410419.
  • de Kroon, H. & Kalliola, R. (1995) Shoot dynamics of the giant grass Gynerium sagittatum in Peruvian Amazon floodplains, a clonal plant that does show self-thinning. Oecologia, 101, 124131.
  • Matlack, G.R., Gibson, D.J., Good, R.E. (1993) Regeneration of the shrub Gaylussacia baccata and associated species after low-intensity fire in an Atlantic coastal plain forest. American Journal of Botany, 80, 119126.
  • Mattos, N.F. (1979) O gênero Andira Lam. (Leguminosae Papilonoideae) no Brasil. Acta Amazonica, 9, 241266.
  • Nascimento, M.T. (1996) Rapid resprouting following fire in juveniles of Metrodorea pubescens (Rutaceae) in a mesophytic forest in central Brazil. Ciência e Cultura, 48, 182183.
  • Nepstad, D.C., Jipp, P., Moutinho, P., Negreiros, G., Vieira, S. (1995) Forest recovery following pasture abandonment in Amazonia: canopy seasonality, fire resistance and ants. Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-Scale Ecosystems (eds D.J.Rapport, C.L.Gaudet & P.Calow), pp. 339349. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Olson, M.S. & Platt, W. (1995) Effects of habitat and growing season fires on resprouting of shrubs in longleaf pine savannas. Vegetatio, 119, 101118.
  • Pinard, M.A. & Huffman, J. (1997) Fire resistance and bark properties of trees in a seasonally dry forest in eastern Bolivia. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 13, 727740.
  • de Rouw, A. (1993) Regeneration by sprouting in slash and burn rice cultivation, Taï rain forest, Côte d’Ivoire. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 9, 387408.
  • Rundel, P.W. (1982) Fire as an ecological factor. Encyclopaedia of Plant Physiology 12A. Physiological Plant Ecology (eds O.L.Lange, P.S.Nobel, C.B.Osmond & H.Ziegler), pp. 501538. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Sá, C.F.C. (1992) A vegetação da restinga de Ipitangas, Reserva Ecológica Estadual de Jacarepiá, Saquarema (RJ): fisionomia e listagem das angiospermas. Arquivos do Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, 31, 87102.
  • Schmitt, J., Eccleston, J., Ehrhardt, D.W. (1987) Dominance and supression, size-dependent growth and self-thinning in a natural Impatiens capensis population. Journal of Ecology, 75, 651665.
  • Sokal, R.R. & Rohlf, F.J. (1995) Biometry, 3rd edn. W.H. Freeman, New York, NY.
  • Stuefer, J.F., During, H.J., de Kroon, H. (1994) High benefits of clonal integration in two stoloniferous species, in response to heterogeneous light environments. Journal of Ecology, 82, 511518.
  • Stuefer, J.F. & Hutchings, M.J. (1994) Environmental heterogeneity and clonal growth: a study of the capacity for reciprocal translocation in Glechoma hederaceae L. Oecologia, 100, 302308.
  • Verburg, R.W., Kwant, R., Werger, J.A. (1996) The effect of plant size on vegetative reproduction in a pseudo-annual. Vegetatio, 125, 185192.
  • Weiner, J. (1988) Variation in the performance of individuals in plant populations. Plant Population Ecology (eds A.J.Davy, M.J.Hutchings & A.R.Watkinson), pp. 5881. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
  • Weiner, J. (1990) Asymmetric competition in plant populations. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 5, 360364.
  • Weiner, J. & Solbrig, O.T. (1984) The meaning and measurement of size hierarchies in plant populations. Oecologia, 61, 334336.
  • Whelan, R.J. (1995) The Ecology of Fire. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Wijesinghe, D.K. & Handel, S.N. (1994) Advantages of clonal growth in heterogeneous habitats: an experiment with Potentilla simplex. Journal of Ecology, 82, 495502.
  • Wright, H.A. & Bayley, A.W. (1982) Fire Ecology: United States and Southern Canada. Wiley-Interscience, New York, NY.
  • Zar, J.H. (1999) Biostatistical Analysis, 4th edn. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.