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Long-term seed survival and dispersal dynamics in a rodent-dispersed tree: testing the predator satiation hypothesis and the predator dispersal hypothesis

1. Mast seeding in animal-dispersed plants has previously been accounted for by two main hypotheses: the predator satiation hypothesis (that it increases seed survival and establishment before dispersal) and the predator dispersal hypothesis (that it increases seed dispersal or dispersal... Full description

1st Person: Xiao, Zhishu
Additional Persons: Zhang, Zhibin; Krebs, Charles J.
Source: in Journal of Ecology Vol. 101, No. 5 (2013), p. 1256-1264
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2013
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