RELATIVE COMPETITIVE ABILITIES, INTERSEXUAL OVERYIELDING, AND POPULATION SEX RATIO CHANGES IN A BRYOPHYTE

Zachary Stanley
Unequal sex ratios are widespread in dioecious plants and understanding their cause is important to understanding fundamental aspects of their population dynamics, and yet what causes biased sex ratios in plants is still poorly understood. Competition experiments have been used in plants to predict the outcome of species interactions, but they have rarely been used to help explain sex ratio bias. This study used a response surface competition design to measure the relative competitive abilities...
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