Data from: Early plant recruitment stages set the template for the development of vegetation patterns along a hydrological gradient

Rob G. A. Fraaije, Cajo J. F. Ter Braak, Betty Verduyn, Leonieke B. S. Breeman, Jos T. A. Verhoeven & Merel B. Soons
1. Recruitment processes are critical components of a plant's life cycle. However, in comparison with later stages in the plant life cycle (e.g. competition among adults), relatively little is known about their contribution to the regulation of plant species distribution. Particularly little is known about the individual contributions of the three main recruitment processes—germination, seedling survival, and seedling growth—to community assembly, while quantitative information on these contributions is essential for a more mechanistic understanding of...
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