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  2. ESSAY REVIEWS
  3. TANSLEY LECTURE
  4. STANDARD PAPERS
  5. FORUM PAPERS
  6. BIOLOGICAL FLORA OF THE BRITISH ISLES

Higgins, S.I., Clark, J.S., Nathan, R., Hovestadt, T., Schurr, F., Fragoso, J.M.V., Aguiar, M.R., Ribbens, E. & Lavorel, S. Forecasting plant migration rates: man-aging uncertainty for risk assessment, 341

Weigelt, A. & Jolliffe, P. Indices of plant competition, 707

STANDARD PAPERS

  1. Top of page
  2. ESSAY REVIEWS
  3. TANSLEY LECTURE
  4. STANDARD PAPERS
  5. FORUM PAPERS
  6. BIOLOGICAL FLORA OF THE BRITISH ISLES

Aerts, R.seevan Heerwaarden, L.M.

Agrawal, A.A. & van Zandt, P.A. Ecological play in the coevolutionary theatre: genetic and environmental determinants of attack by a specialist weevil on milk-weed, 1049

Aguiar, M.R.seeHiggins, S.I.

Aguilar, M.seeTuomisto, H.

Aldinger, J.seeCamill, P.

Alexander, H.M. & Schrag, A.M. Role of soil seed banks and newly dispersed seeds in population dynamics of the annual sunflower, Helianthus annuus, 987

Allison, V.J.seeRajaniemi, T.K.

Alpert, P., Holzapfel, C. & Slominski, C. Differences in performance between genotypes of Fragaria chilo-ensis with different degrees of resource sharing, 27

Andersen, D.C.seeCooper, D.J.

Anderson, R.L., Foster, D.R. & Motzkin, G. Integrating lateral expansion into models of peatland develop-ment in temperate New England, 68

Andrič, M. & Willis, K.J. The phytogeograph-ical regions of Slovenia: a consequence of natural environmental variation or prehistoric human activ-ity?, 807

Armesto, J.J.seeChristie, D.A.

Arnold, M.L.seeJohnston, J.A.

Avila-Sakar, G., Leist, L.L. & Stephenson, A.G. Effects of the spatial pattern of leaf damage on growth and reproduction: nodes and branches, 867

Azevedo, A.M.G.seeCosta, C.S.B.

Bakker, J.P.seeBoedeltje, G.

Barber, K.E.seeHughes, P.D.M.

Baskin, C.C.seeTweddle, J.C.

Baskin, J.M.seeTweddle, J.C.

Batista, W.B. & Platt, W.J. Tree population responses to hurricane disturbance: syndromes in a south-eastern USA old-growth forest, 197

Bekker, R.M.seeBoedeltje, G.

Bialozyt, R.seeZiegenhagen, B.

Biesbrouck, B.seeVerheyen, K.

Blom, C.W.P.M.seeVervuren, P.J.A.

Bloor, J.M.G. & Grubb, P.J. Growth and mortality in high and low light: trends among 15 shade-tolerant tropical rain forest tree species, 77

Boedeltje, G., Bakker, J.P., Bekker, R.M., van Groenendael, J.M. & Soesbergen, M. Plant dispersal in a lowland stream in relation to occurrence and three specific life-history traits of the species in the species pool, 855

de Boer, T.seeHangelbroek, H.H.

Booth, M.S., Caldwell, M.M. & Stark, J.M. Overlapping resource use in three Great Basin species: implications for community invasibility and vegetation dynamics, 36

Booth, R.E. & Grime, J.P. Effects of genetic impover-ishment on plant community diversity, 721

Bragazza, L., Gerdol, R. & Rydin, H. Effects of mineral and nutrient input on mire bio-geochemistry in two geographical regions, 417

Bridgham, S.D.seeKellogg, C.H.

Brubaker, L.B.seeOswald, W.W.

Bruns, T.D.seeKennedy, P.G.

Bullock, J.M.seeStokes, K.E.

Burdon, J.J.seeSmith, D.L.

Burslem, D.F.R.P.seePearson, T.R.H.

Burt, T.P.seeHolden, J.

Cahill Jr, J.F. Lack of relationship between below-ground competition and allocation to roots in 10 grassland species, 532

Cahoon, D.R., Hensel, P., Rybczyk, J., McKee, K.L., Proffitt, C.E. & Perez, B.C. Mass tree mortality leads to mangrove peat collapse at Bay Islands, Honduras after Hurricane Mitch, 1093

Caldwell, M.M.seeBooth, M.S.

Camill, P., Umbanhowar Jr, C.E., Teed, R., Geiss, C.E., Aldinger, J., Dvorak, L., Kenning, J., Limmer, J. & Walkup, K. Late-glacial and Holocene climatic effects on fire and vegetation dynamics at the prairie–forest ecotone in south-central Minnesota, 822

Caspersen, J.P.seeChave, J.

Castellanos, E.M.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Castillo, J.M.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Chave, J., Condit, R., Lao, S., Caspersen, J.P., Foster, R.B. & Hubbell, S.P. Spatial and temporal variation of biomass in a tropical forest: results from a large census plot in Panama, 240

Chimner, R.A.seeCooper, D.J.

Christie, D.A. & Armesto, J.J. Regeneration microsites and tree species coexistence in temperate rain forests of Chiloé Island, Chile, 776

Clark, J.S.seeHiggins, S.I.

Condit, R.seeChave, J.

Cooper, D.J., Andersen, D.C. & Chimner, R.A. Multiple pathways for woody plant establishment on flood-plains at local to regional scales, 182

Copal, A.seeVergeer, P.

Costa, C.S.B., Marangoni, J.C. & Azevedo, A.M.G. Plant zonation in irregularly flooded salt marshes: relative importance of stress tolerance and biological interactions, 951

Coulson, S.J.seeHodkinson, I.D.

Cruz, A., Pérez, B. & Moreno, J.M. Resprouting of the Mediterranean-type shrub Erica australis with modi-fied lignotuber carbohydrate content, 348

Cruz, A.P.seePhillips, O.L.

Dalling, J.W.seePearson, T.R.H.

Dalling, J.W.seeWehncke, E.V.

van Damme, J.M.M.seeElberse, I.A.M.

Davy, A.J.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Day, K.J., Hutchings, M.J. & John, E.A. The effects of spatial pattern of nutrient supply on the early stages of growth in plant populations, 305

Day, K.J., Hutchings, M.J. & John, E.A. The effects of spatial pattern of nutrient supply on yield, structure and mortality in plant populations, 541

Dewalt, S.J.seeIckes, K.

Dickie, J.B.seeTweddle, J.C.

Dixon, J.M.seeHambler, D.J.

Donovan, L.A.seeJohnston, J.A.

Dvorak, L.seeCamill, P.

Ehrlén, J.seeJohansson, P.

Elberse, I.A.M., van Damme, J.M.M. & van Tienderen, P.H. Plasticity of growth characteristics in wild barley (Hordeum spontaneum) in response to nutrient limitation, 371

Ericson, L.seeSmith, D.L.

Eriksson, O.seeEhrlén, J.

Escudero, A. & Mediavilla, S. Decline in photosynthetic nitrogen use efficiency with leaf age and nitrogen resorption as determinants of leaf life span, 880

Facelli, J.M.seeHastwell, G.T.

Falik, O., Reides, P., Gersani, M. & Novoplansky, A. Self/non-self discrimination in roots, 525

Fernandez, H.seeSatti, P.

Fievet, D.seeGuillon, J.-M.

Figueroa, M.E., Castillo, J.M., Redondo, S., Luque, T., Castellanos, E.M., Nieva, F.J., Luque, C.J., Rubio-Casal, A.E. & Davy, A.J. Facilitated invasion by hybridization of Sarcocornia species in a salt-marsh succession, 616

Fischer, M.seeLienert, J.

Fischer, R.C., Wanek, W., Richter, A. & Mayer, V. Do ants feed plants? A 15N labelling study of nitrogen fluxes from ants to plants in the mutualism of Pheidole and Piper, 126

Forseth, I.N.seePeek, M.S.

Foster, B.L. & Tilman, D. Seed limitation and the regulation of community structure in oak savanna grassland, 999

Foster, D.R.seeAnderson, R.L.

Foster, D.R.seeVerheyen, K.

Foster, R.B.seeChave, J.

Foster, R.B.seeWehncke, E.V.

Fragoso, J.M.V.seeHiggins, S.I.

Franco, A.C.seeHoffmann, W.A.

Frelich, L.E., Machado, J.-L. & Reich, P.B. Fine-scale environmental variation and structure of understorey plant communities in two old-growth pine forests, 283

Fridley, J.D. Diversity effects on production in different light and fertility environments: an experiment with communities of annual plants, 396

Fujita, T., Itaya, A., Miura, M., Manabe, T. & Yamamoto, S.-I. Long-term canopy dynamics analysed by aerial photographs in a temperate old-growth evergreen broad-leaved forest, 686

Funes, F.seeSatti, P.

Gavin, D.G.seeOswald, W.W.

Geiss, C.E.seeCamill, P.

Gerdol, R.seeBragazza, L.

Gersani, M.seeFalik, O.

Gobbi, M.seeSatti, P.

Goeriz, R.E.seePearson, T.R.H.

Goldberg, D.E.seeRajaniemi, T.K.

Gough, L.seevan Wijk, M.T.

Gregg, K.B.seeKéry, M.

Grime, J.P.seeBooth, R.E.

van Groenendael, J.M.seeBoedeltje, G.

Grubb, P.J.seeBloor, J.M.G.

Guillon, J.-M. & Fievet, D. Environmental sex deter-mination in response to light and biased sex ratios in Equisetum gametophytes, 49

Gulias, J.seeTraveset, A.

Guntenspergen, G.R.seeVerheyen, K.

Hadincová, V.seeHerben, T.

Hamilton, J.G.seeSchenk, H.J.

Hangelbroek, H.H., Santamaría, L. & de Boer, T. Local adaptation of the pondweed Potamogeton pectinatus to contrasting substrate types mediated by changes in propagule provisioning, 1081

Hasenstein, K.H.seevan Zandt, P.A.

Hastwell, G.T. & Facelli, J.M. Differing effects of shade-induced facilitation on growth and survival during the establishment of a chenopod shrub, 941

Hayes, A.seeXiong, S.

van Heerwaarden, L.M., Toet, S. & Aerts, R. Nitrogen and phosphorus resorption efficiency and proficiency in six sub-arctic bog species after 4 years of nitrogen fertilization, 1060

Henry, H.A.L.seeWalker, N.A.

Henry, H.A.L. & Jefferies, R.L. Plant amino acid uptake, soluble N turnover and microbial N capture in soils of a grazed Arctic salt marsh, 627

Hensel, P.seeCahoon, D.R.

Herben, T., Krahulec, F., Hadincová, V., Pecháčková, S. & Wildová, R. Year-to-year variation in plant competition in a mountain grassland, 103

Hermy, M.seeVerheyen, K.

Hobbie, S.E.seevan Wijk, M.T.

Hodkinson, I.D., Coulson, S.J. & Webb, N.R. Commu-nity assembly along proglacial chronosequences in the high Arctic: vegetation and soil development in north-west Svalbard, 651

Hoffmann, W.A. & Franco, A.C. Comparative growth analysis of tropical forest and savanna woody plants using phylogenetically independent contrasts, 475

Holden, J. & Burt, T.P. Hydrological studies on blanket peat: the significance of the acrotelm-catotelm model, 86

Holzapfel, C.seeAlpert, P.

Holzapfel, C.seeSchenk, H.J.

Honnay, O.seeVerheyen, K.

Hovestadt, T.seeHiggins, S.I.

Hu, F.S.seeOswald, W.W.

Hubbell, S.P.seeChave, J.

Hubbell, S.P.seeWehncke, E.V.

Hughes, F.M.R.seeXiong, S.

Hughes, P.D.M. & Barber, K.E. Mire development across the fen–bog transition on the Teifi floodplain at Tregaron Bog, Ceredigion, Wales, and a comparison with 13 other raised bogs, 253

Hutchings, M.J.seeDay, K.J.

Ickes, K., Dewalt, S.J. & Thomas, S.C. Resprouting of woody saplings following stem snap by wild pigs in a Malaysian rain forest, 222

Imbert, E. & Lefèvre, F. Dispersal and gene flow of Populus nigra (Salicaceae) along a dynamic river system, 447

Itaya, A.seeFujita, T.

Izzo, A.D.seeKennedy, P.G.

James, S.E., Pärtel, M., Wilson, S.D. & Peltzer, D.A. Temporal heterogeneity of soil moisture in grassland and forest, 234

Jefferies, R.L.seeHenry, H.A.L.

Jefferies, R.L.seeWalker, N.A.

Johansson, M.E.seeXiong, S.

Johansson, P. & Ehrlén, J. Influence of habitat quantity, quality and isolation on the distribution and abun-dance of two epiphytic lichens, 213

John, E.A.seeDay, K.J.

Johnston, J.A., Arnold, M.L. & Donovan, L.A. High hybrid fitness at seed and seedling life history stages in Louisiana irises, 438

Jolliffe, P.seeWeigelt, A.

Kachi, N.seeSuzuki, R.O.

Kellogg, C.H., Bridgham, S.D. & Leicht, S.A. Effects of water level, shade and time on germination and growth of freshwater marsh plants along a simulated successional gradient, 274

Kennedy, P.G., Izzo, A.D. & Bruns, T.D. There is high potential for the formation of common mycorrhizal networks between understorey and canopy trees in a mixed evergreen forest, 1071

Kenning, J.seeCamill, P.

Kéry, M. & Gregg, K.B. Effects of life-state on detecta-bility in a demographic study of the terrestrial orchid Cleistes bifaria, 265

Kling, G.W.seeOswald, W.W.

Kohyama, T., Suzuki, E., Partomihardjo, T., Yamada, T. & Kubo, T. Tree species differentiation in growth, recruitment and allometry in relation to maximum height in a Bornean mixed dipterocarp forest, 797

Krahulec, F.seeHerben, T.

de Kroon, H.seeVervuren, P.J.A.

Kubo, T.seeKohyama, T.

Kudoh, H.seeSuzuki, R.O.

Kuhlenkamp, V.seeZiegenhagen, B.

Lambers, H.seePoot, P.

Lamers, L.P.M.seeTomassen, H.B.M.

Lao, S.seeChave, J.

Larson, D.W.seeLundholm, J.T.

Lavoie, C.seePellerin, S.

Lavorel, S.seeHiggins, S.I.

Lefèvre, F.seeImbert, E.

Leicht, S.A.seeKellogg, C.H.

Leist, L.L.seeAvila-Sakar, G.

Lienert, J. & Fischer, M. Habitat fragmentation affects the common wetland specialist Primula farinosa in north-east Switzerland, 587

Limmer, J.seeCamill, P.

Lundholm, J.T. & Larson, D.W. Temporal variability in water supply controls seedling diversity in limestone pavement microcosms, 966

Luque, C.J.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Luque, T.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Machado, J.-L.seeFrelich, L.E.

Mahall, B.E.seeSchenk, H.J.

Manabe, T.seeFujita, T.

Marangoni, J.C.seeCosta, C.S.B.

Mayer, V.seeFischer, R.C.

Mazzarino, M.J.seeSatti, P.

McKee, K.L.seeCahoon, D.R.

Mediavilla, S.seeEscudero, A.

Michalet, R.seePages, J.-P.

Miura, M.seeFujita, T.

Monteagudo, A.L.seePhillips, O.L.

Mopper, S.seevan Zandt, P.A.

Moreno, J.M.seeCruz, A.

Motzkin, G.seeAnderson, R.L.

Motzkin, G.seeVerheyen, K.

Mouton, E.seevan Zandt, P.A.

Mus, M.seeTraveset, A.

Nathan, R.seeHiggins, S.I.

Nieva, F.J.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Nilsson, C.seeXiong, S.

Novoplansky, A.seeFalik, O.

Obbard, D.J.seePannell, J.R.

Oswald, W.W., Brubaker, L.B., Hu, F.S. & Gavin, D.G. Pollen-vegetation calibration for tundra communities in the Arctic Foothills, northern Alaska, 1022

Oswald, W.W., Brubaker, L.B., Hu, F.S. & Kling, G.W.

Holocene pollen records from the central Arctic Foothills, northern Alaska: testing the role of substrate in the response of tundra to climate change, 1034

Ouborg, N.J.seeVergeer, P.

Pages, J.-P. & Michalet, R. A test of the indirect facilita-tion model in a temperate hardwood forest of the northern French Alps, 932

Pärtel, M.seeJames, S.E.

Partomihardjo, T.seeKohyama, T.

Pearson, T.R.H., Burslem, D.F.R.P., Goeriz, R.E. & Dalling, J.W. Interactions of gap size and herbivory on establishment, growth and survival of three species of neotropical pioneer trees, 785

Pecháčková, S.seeHerben, T.

Peek, M.S. & Forseth, I.N. Microhabitat dependent responses to resource pulses in the aridland perennial, Cryptantha flava, 457

Pellerin, S. & Lavoie, C. Reconstructing the recent dynamics of mires using a multitechnique approach, 1008

Peltzer, D.A.seeJames, S.E.

Pérez, B.seeCruz, A.

Perez, B.C.seeCahoon, D.R.

Phillips, O.L., Vargas, P.N., Monteagudo, A.L., Cruz, A.P., Zans, M.-E.C., Sánchez, W.G., Yli-Halla, M. & Rose, S. Habitat association among Amazonian tree species: a landscape-scale approach, 757

Platt, W.J.seeBatista, W.B.

Polwart, A.seeThomas, P.A.

Poot, P. & Lambers, H. Are trade-offs in allocation pattern and root morphology related to species abundance? A congeneric comparison between rare and common species in the south-western Australian flora, 58

Potts, M.D. Drought in a Bornean everwet rain forest, 467

Proffitt, C.E.seeCahoon, D.R.

Rajaniemi, T.K., Allison, V.J. & Goldberg, D.E. Root competition can cause a decline in diversity with increased productivity, 407

Redondo, S.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Reich, P.B.seeFrelich, L.E.

Reides, P.seeFalik, O.

Rengelink, R.seeVergeer, P.

Reusch, T.B.H. Floral neighbourhoods in the sea: how floral density, opportunity for outcrossing and population fragmentation affect seed set in Zostera marina, 610

Ribbens, E.seeHiggins, S.I.

Richards, K.S.seeXiong, S.

Richter, A.seeFischer, R.C.

Riera, N.seeTraveset, A.

Rodríguez-Gironés, M.A., Sandsten, H. & Santamaría, L. Asymmetric competition and the evolution of propagule size, 554

Roelofs, J.G.M.seeTomassen, H.B.M.

Roelofs, J.G.M.seeVergeer, P.

Rogers, W.E.seeSiemann, E.

Rose, S.seePhillips, O.L.

Roselli, L.seeSatti, P.

Rubio-Casal, A.E.seeFigueroa, M.E.

Rumsey, F.J.seeTaylor, K.

Ruokolainen, K.seeTuomisto, H.

Rybczyk, J.seeCahoon, D.R.

Rydin, H.seeBragazza, L.

Sánchez, W.G.seePhillips, O.L.

Sandsten, H.seeRodríguez-Gironés, M.A.

Santamaría, L.seeHangelbroek, H.H.

Santamaría, L.seeRodríguez-Gironés, M.A.

Sarmiento, A.seeTuomisto, H.

Satti, P., Mazzarino, M.J., Gobbi, M., Funes, F., Roselli, L. & Fernandez, H. Soil N dynamics in relation to leaf litter quality and soil fertility in north-western Patagonian forests, 173

Schenk, H.J., Holzapfel, C., Hamilton, J.G. & Mahall, B.E. Spatial ecology of a small desert shrub on adjacent geological substrates, 383

Schrag, A.M.seeAlexander, H.M.

Schulze, I.seeZiegenhagen, B.

Schurr, F.seeHiggins, S.I.

Shaver, G.R.seevan Wijk, M.T.

Siemann, E. & Rogers, W.E. Changes in light and nitrogen availability under pioneer trees may indirectly facilitate tree invasions of grasslands, 923

Slominski, C.seeAlpert, P.

Smith, D.L., Ericson, L. & Burdon, J.J. Epidemiological patterns at multiple spatial scales: an 11-year study of a Triphragmium ulmariae – Filipendula ulmaria metapopulation, 890

Smolders, A.J.P.seeTomassen, H.B.M.

Soesbergen, M.seeBoedeltje, G.

Stark, J.M.seeBooth, M.S.

Stephenson, A.G.seeAvila-Sakar, G.

Suzuki, E.seeKohyama, T.

Suzuki, R.O., Kudoh, H. & Kachi, N. Spatial and temporal variations in mortality of the biennial plant, Lysimachia rubida: effects of intraspecific competition and environmental heterogeneity, 114

Svensson, B.M.seeWikberg, S.

Teed, R.seeCamill, P.

Thomas, S.C.seeIckes, K.

van Tienderen, P.H.seeElberse, I.A.M.

Tilman, D.seeFoster, B.L.

Tobler, M.A.seevan Zandt, P.A.

Toet, S.seevan Heerwaarden, L.M.

Tomassen, H.B.M., Smolders, A.J.P., Lamers, L.P.M. & Roelofs, J.G.M. Stimulated growth of Betula pubescens and Molinia caerulea on ombrotrophic bogs: role of high levels of atmospheric nitrogen deposition, 357

Traveset, A., Gulias, J., Riera, N. & Mus, M. Transition probabilities from pollination to establishment in a rare dioecious shrub species (Rhamnus ludovici-salvatoris) in two habitats, 427

Tuomisto, H., Ruokolainen, K., Aguilar, M. & Sarmiento, A. Floristic patterns along a 43-km long transect in an Amazonian rain forest, 743

Tweddle, J.C., Dickie, J.B., Baskin, C.C. & Baskin, J.M.

Ecological aspects of seed desiccation sensitivity, 294

Ulrich, A.seeZiegenhagen, B.

Umbanhowar Jr, C.E.seeCamill, P.

Vargas, P.N.seePhillips, O.L.

Vergeer, P., Rengelink, R., Copal, A. & Ouborg, N.J. The interacting effects of genetic variation, habitat quality and population size on performance of Succisa pratensis, 18

Vergeer, P., Rengelink, R., Ouborg, N.J. & Roelofs, J.G.M. Effects of population size and genetic variation on the response of Succisa pratensis to eutrophication and acidification, 600

Verheyen, K., Guntenspergen, G.R., Biesbrouck, B. & Hermy, M. An integrated analysis of the effects of past land use on forest herb colonization at the landscape scale, 731

Verheyen, K., Honnay, O., Motzkin, G., Hermy, M. & Foster, D.R. Response of forest plant species to land-use change: a life-history trait-based approach, 563

Vervuren, P.J.A., Blom, C.W.P.M. & de Kroon, H. Extreme flooding events on the Rhine and the survival and distribution of riparian plant species, 135

Walker, N.A., Henry, H.A.L., Wilson, D.J. & Jefferies, R.L. The dynamics of nitrogen movement in an Arctic salt marsh in response to goose herbivory: a parameter-ized model with alternate stable states, 637

Walkup, K.seeCamill, P.

Wanek, W.seeFischer, R.C.

Watkinson, A.R.seeFreckleton, R.P.

Watkinson, A.R.seeStokes, K.E.

Webb, N.R.seeHodkinson, I.D.

Wehncke, E.V., Hubbell, S.P., Foster, R.B. & Dalling, J.W. Seed dispersal patterns produced by white-faced monkeys: implications for the dispersal limitation of neotropical tree species, 677

van Wijk, M.T., Williams, M., Gough, L., Hobbie, S.E. & Shaver, G.R. Luxury consumption of soil nutrients: a possible competitive strategy in above-ground and below-ground biomass allocation and root morpho-logy for slow-growing arctic vegetation?, 664

Wikberg, S. & Svensson, B.M. Ramet demography in a ring-forming clonal sedge, 847

Wildová, R.seeHerben, T.

Williams, M.seevan Wijk, M.T.

Willis, K.J.seeAndrič, M.

Wilson, D.J.seeWalker, N.A.

Wilson, S.D.seeJames, S.E.

Wulf, M.seeZiegenhagen, B.

Xiong, S., Johansson, M.E., Hughes, F.M.R., Hayes, A., Richards, K.S. & Nilsson, C. Interactive effects of soil moisture, vegetation canopy, plant litter and seed addition on plant diversity in a wetland community, 976

Yamada, T.seeKohyama, T.

Yamamoto, S.-I.seeFujita, T.

Yli-Halla, M.seePhillips, O.L.

van Zandt, P.A.seeAgrawal, A.A.

van Zandt, P.A., Tobler, M.A., Mouton, E., Hasenstein, K.H. & Mopper, S. Positive and negative conse-quences of salinity stress for the growth and repro-duction of the clonal plant, Iris hexagona, 837

Zans, M.-E.C.seePhillips, O.L.

Ziegenhagen, B., Bialozyt, R., Kuhlenkamp, V., Schulze, I., Ulrich, A. & Wulf, M. Spatial patterns of maternal lineages and clones of Galium odoratum in a large ancient woodland: inferences about seedling recruitment, 578

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Ehrlén, J. & Eriksson, O. Large-scale spatial dynamics of plants: a response to Freckleton & Watkinson, 316

Freckleton, R.P. & Watkinson, A.R. Are all plant populations metapopulations?, 321

Pannell, J.R. & Obbard, D.J. Probing the primacy of the patch: what makes a metapopulation?, 485

Williamson, M. Species–area relationships at small scales in continuum vegetation, 904

BIOLOGICAL FLORA OF THE BRITISH ISLES

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Hambler, D.J. & Dixon, J.M.Primula farinosa L., 694

Hatcher, P.E.Impatiens noli-tangere L., 147

Randall, R.E.Smyrnium olusatrum L., 325

Stokes, K.E., Bullock, J.M. & Watkinson, A.R.Ulex gallii Planch. and Ulex minor Roth, 1106

Taylor, K. & Rumsey, F.J.Bartsia alpina L., 908

Thomas, P.A. & Polwart, A.Taxus baccata L., 489