Survival and growth of Symphonia seedlings in a reciprocal transplantation experiment

Niklas Tysklind, Marie-Pierre Etienne, Ivan Scotti, Caroline Scotii-Saintagne, Alexandra Tinaut, Maxime Casalis, Valerie Troispoux, Saint Omer Cazal & Louise Brousseau
Trees are characterised by the large number of seeds they produce. Although most of those seeds will never germinate, plenty will. Of those which germinate, many die young, and eventually only a minute fraction will grow to adult stage and reproduce. Is this just a random process? Do variations in germination and survival at very young stages rely on variations in adaptations to microgeographic heterogeneity? and do these processes matter at all in determining tree...
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