Data from: Temporal change and determinants of maternal reproductive success in an expanding oak forest stand

Gabriel Gerzabek, Sylvie Oddou-Muratorio & Arndt Hampe
Global change is generating widespread local-scale expansions of tree populations. During demographic expansions, even small differences in individual reproductive success can generate large differences in the genetic composition of the resulting population. Colonizing tree populations almost invariably show highly skewed distributions of seed production, but the evolution of this reproductive skew during plant recruitment remains understudied. We examine how recruit mortality modifies initial patterns of acorn dispersal and maternal reproductive success in a recently established,...
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