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Trophic relationships in orchid mycorrhiza – diversity and implications for conservation

dc.creatorRasmussen, Hanne
dc.creatorRasmussen, Finn
dc.date2015-06-17
dc.date.accessioned2016-05-02T22:14:54Z
dc.date.available2016-05-02T22:14:54Z
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/lankesteriana/article/view/19560
dc.identifier10.15517/lank.v7i1-2.19560
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10669/21035
dc.descriptionOrchid species are perennial, and though demo- graphic data suggest that the family includes r- as well as K-strategists (Whigham & Willems 2003), most species are potentially long-lived. Individual plants may be kept in living plant collections or in nature reserves for practically unlimited periods of time. There are several reports on natural populations suspected of little or no seedling recruitment, “senile populations” (Tamm 1991, Rasmussen 1995), espe- cially among rare orchids under critical surveyance. Such populations may function as a seed source to neighbouring areas but are likely to eventually disap- pear from the site. en-US
dc.descriptionOrchid species are perennial, and though demo- graphic data suggest that the family includes r- as well as K-strategists (Whigham & Willems 2003), most species are potentially long-lived. Individual plants may be kept in living plant collections or in nature reserves for practically unlimited periods of time. There are several reports on natural populations suspected of little or no seedling recruitment, “senile populations” (Tamm 1991, Rasmussen 1995), espe- cially among rare orchids under critical surveyance. Such populations may function as a seed source to neighbouring areas but are likely to eventually disap- pear from the site. es-ES
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dc.languagespa
dc.publisherUniversidad de Costa Ricaes-ES
dc.relationLankesteriana;
dc.rightsCopyright (c) 2015 Lankesterianaes-ES
dc.sourceLankesteriana; Lankesteriana: Volumen 7, Número 1-2es-ES
dc.source2215-2067
dc.source1409-3871
dc.subjectfood limitationen-US
dc.subjectheterotrophyen-US
dc.subjectlife historyen-US
dc.subjectmycophagyen-US
dc.subjectpredator-preyen-US
dc.subjectsenile populationsen-US
dc.subjectfood limitationes-ES
dc.subjectheterotrophyes-ES
dc.subjectlife historyes-ES
dc.subjectmycophagyes-ES
dc.subjectpredator-preyes-ES
dc.subjectsenile populationses-ES
dc.titleTrophic relationships in orchid mycorrhiza – diversity and implications for conservationen-US
dc.titleTrophic relationships in orchid mycorrhiza – diversity and implications for conservationes-ES
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