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Fern ecology

Klaus Mehltreter

Fern ecology

by Klaus Mehltreter

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecology,
  • Ferns

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Klaus Mehltreter, Lawrence R. Walker, Joanne M. Sharpe
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK522 .F47 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 444 p., [12] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25559903M
    ISBN 100521899400, 0521728207
    ISBN 109780521899406, 9780521728201
    OCLC/WorldCa437089415

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    Books shelved as ferns: Pacific Coast Fern Finder by Glenn Keator, Pretty Little Liars - Intégrale I des Menteuses by Sara Shepard, The Book of Choice Fe. Bulldozers and Bacteria: The Ecology of Sweet Fern Peter Del Tredici Comptonia peregrina, a common roadside plant in eastern North America, provides a case study both of how nature copes with disturbance to the land and of just how convoluted the study of this process can be. Sweet fern, Comptonia peregrina, is a shrubby member of the Myricaceae, or bayberry family.

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Fern Ecology is an excellent introduction to this rapidly growing field. The comprehensive and detailed nature of the treatment might lead you to believe that this scholarly book should be used as a reference. However, the authors and editors have done an excellent job at making this an enjoyable and engaging read for anyone interested in ferns."/5(4).

Fern Ecology is an excellent introduction to this rapidly growing field. The comprehensive and detailed nature of the treatment might lead you to believe that this scholarly book should be used as a reference.

However, the authors and editors have done an excellent job at making this an enjoyable and engaging read for anyone interested in ferns."Price: $ Fern Ecology - Kindle edition by Klaus Mehltreter, Lawrence R. Walker, Joanne Fern ecology book.

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Presented here is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to the islands of Hawaii.

Topics include a brief history of the ecological study of ferns, a global survey of fern biogeography, fern population dynamics, the role of ferns in ecosystem nutrient cycles, their adaptations to xeric environments. Fern Ecology Klaus Mehltreter, Lawrence R.

Walker, Joanne M. Sharpe Ferns are an integral part Fern ecology book the world's flora, appreciated for their beauty as ornamentals, problematic as invaders and endangered by human interference.

Presented here is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to the islands of Hawaii. Topics include a brief history of the ecological study of ferns, a global survey of fern biogeography, fern population dynamics, the role of ferns in ecosystem nutrient cycles, their adaptations to xeric environments.

Description of the book "Fern Ecology": Ferns are an integral part of the world's flora, appreciated for their beauty as ornamentals, problematic as invaders and endangered by human interference.

They often dominate forest understories but also colonize open areas, invade waterways and survive in nutrient-poor wastelands and eroded pastures.

Cambridge University Press has a long tradition of publishing books on ferns. This volume complements another of their recent publications, Biology and evolution of ferns and lycophytes (Ranker and Haufler ), in which the Ecology section omitted many Mehltreter (a tropical fern ecologist), Lawrence R.

Walker (a plant ecologist with a particular. Book Description The first in-depth summary of the ecology of ferns, with fully-illustrated examples from throughout the world, showing the ecological importance of ferns and their 5/5(1). Fern Ecology: Mehltreter, Klaus, Walker, Professor of Ecology School of Life Sciences Lawrence R, Sharpe, Joanne M: : Libros/5(4).

Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Fern Ecology - edited by Klaus Mehltreter. Book. Fern Ecology. This is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to Hawaii. Fern gametophytes show. A natural history of ferns by R.

Moran () is a more contemporary book, written using a more popular, descriptive style utilising similar language and fern classification complementing Fern ecology.

The latter is illustrated with a mixture of colour and black and white photographs, frequent, clear graphs and occasional line drawings. Fern Ecology - edited by Klaus Mehltreter June Key points.

Biogeographical patterns of ferns and angiosperms are the result of a combination of vicariance and long distance dispersal, but due to their more effective dispersal via spores, the latter is more frequent among ferns.

Fern ecology topics in this book In order to encourage the inclusion of ferns in future ecological research, this book Ecological importance of ferns 5 Cambridge University Press Excerpt.

Cambridge University Press Excerpt. Cambridge File Size: KB. Fern Ecology Editor: Klaus Mehltreter, Lawrence R. Walker and Joanne M. Sharpe Cambridge University Press.

"Presented here is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to the islands of Hawaii.

A natural history of ferns by R. Moran () is a more contemporary book, written using a more popular, descriptive style utilising similar language and fern classification complementing Fern ecology.

The latter is illustrated with a mixture of colour and black and white photographs, frequent, clear graphs and occasional line drawings. There are excellent published sources on general fern biogeography and ecology including books (e.g., Mehltreter et al., ;Moran, ;Ranker and.

Applied fern ecologists are dedicated to the management of threatened and invasive species, and to research on the economic benefits of ferns and lycophytes. General Reference Books The general biology of ferns is usually covered very briefly in botany textbooks where phylogenetic lineages and their unusual life cycle are described, but even less attention is paid to their ecology.

This is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to Hawaii. Topics include a brief history of the ecological study of ferns, their biogeography and population dynamics, their role in ecosystem nutrient cycles and adaptations to xeric environments, and their responses to disturbance and interactions.

Ecology Ecologically, the ferns are most commonly plants of shaded damp forests of both temperate and tropical zones. Some fern species grow equally well on soil and upon rocks; others are confined strictly to rocky habitats, where they occur in fissures and crevices of cliff faces, boulders, and taluses.

Presented here is the first comprehensive summary of fern ecology, with worldwide examples from Siberia to the islands of Hawaii. Topics include a brief history of the ecological study of ferns, a global survey of fern biogeography, fern population dynamics, the role of ferns in ecosystem nutrient cycles, their adaptations to xeric environments Brand: Cambridge University Press.

Fern Ecology is an excellent introduction to this rapidly growing field. The comprehensive and detailed nature of the treatment might lead you to believe that this scholarly book should be used as a reference.