Data from: Costs and benefits of non-random seed release for long distance dispersal in wind-dispersed plant species

Jelle Treep, Monique De Jager, Leandra S. Kuiper, Tomer Duman, Gabriel G. Katul & Merel B. Soons
The dispersal ability of plants is a major factor driving ecological responses to global change. In wind-dispersed plant species, non-random seed release in relation to wind speeds has been identified as a major determinant of dispersal distances. However, little information is available about the costs and benefits of non-random abscission and the consequences of timing for dispersal distances. We asked: 1) To what extent is non-random abscission able to promote long-distance dispersal and what is...
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