Written by the leading experts in the field, this book examines the evolutionary advantages of gender dimorphism and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants.
Author: Monica A. Geber
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Written by the leading experts in the field, this book examines the evolutionary advantages of gender dimorphism and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants. Divided into three sections: the first introduces readers to the tremendous variety of breeding systems and their evolution in plants and sets the stage for a consideration of the evolution of dimorphism in reproductive and non-reproductive characters. The second section deals with the evolution of secondary sexual characters, including the theory related to the evolution of sexual dimorphism and its empirical patterns, while the last section deals with the genetics of gender expression and of secondary sexual characters.
Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: A review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ecological correlates, and phylogenetic approaches. In: Geber MA, Dawson TE, Delph LF (eds), Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering ...
Evolutionary Studies of Sexual Size Dimorphism Professor of Biology Daphne J Fairbairn, Daphne J. Fairbairn, ... In Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants (Geber, M.A., Dawson, T.E., and, Delph, L.S., eds), pp. 175–216.
Author: Daphne J. Fairbairn
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This collection of 20 chapters written by leading evolutionary biologists from around the globe provides a fascinating insight into the patterns and causes of differences between males and females in the natural world.
The origin of gender dimorphism in animal-dispersed plants: Disruptive selection in a model of social evolution. ... In: Geber, M.A., Dawson, T.E., Delph, L.F. (Eds.), Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants.
Publisher: Academic Press
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology is the definitive go-to reference in the field of evolutionary biology. It provides a fully comprehensive review of the field in an easy to search structure. Under the collective leadership of fifteen distinguished section editors, it is comprised of articles written by leading experts in the field, providing a full review of the current status of each topic. The articles are up-to-date and fully illustrated with in-text references that allow readers to easily access primary literature. While all entries are authoritative and valuable to those with advanced understanding of evolutionary biology, they are also intended to be accessible to both advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Broad topics include the history of evolutionary biology, population genetics, quantitative genetics; speciation, life history evolution, evolution of sex and mating systems, evolutionary biogeography, evolutionary developmental biology, molecular and genome evolution, coevolution, phylogenetic methods, microbial evolution, diversification of plants and fungi, diversification of animals, and applied evolution. Presents fully comprehensive content, allowing easy access to fundamental information and links to primary research Contains concise articles by leading experts in the field that ensures current coverage of each topic Provides ancillary learning tools like tables, illustrations, and multimedia features to assist with the comprehension process
Cipollini M. L. and Stiles E. W. (1991) Costs of reproduction in Nyssa sylvatica: sexual dimorphism in reproductive frequency and ... In Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants (Geber M. A., Dawson T. E. and Delph L. F. eds.) ...
Author: Edward Reekie
Much effort has been devoted to developing theories to explain the wide variation we observe in reproductive allocation among environments. Reproductive Allocation in Plants describes why plants differ in the proportion of their resources that they allocate to reproduction and looks into the various theories. This book examines the ecological and evolutionary explanations for variation in plant reproductive allocation from the perspective of the underlying physiological mechanisms controlling reproduction and growth. An international team of leading experts have prepared chapters summarizing the current state of the field and offering their views on the factors determining reproductive allocation in plants. This will be a valuable resource for senior undergraduate students, graduate students and researchers in ecology, plant ecophysiology, and population biology. 8 outstanding chapters dedicated to the evolution and ecology of variation in plant reproductive allocation Written by an international team of leading experts in the field Provides enough background information to make it accessible to senior undergraduate students Includes over 60 figures and 29 tables
Int J Plant Sci 166:475–480 De Jong TJ, Shmida A, Thuijsman F (2008) Sex allocation in plants and the evolution of monoecy. ... In: Geber MA, Dawson TE, Delph LF (eds) Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants.
Author: Ulrich Lüttge
With one volume each year, this series keeps scientists and advanced students informed of the latest developments and results in all areas of the plant sciences. The present volume includes reviews on plant genetics, physiology, ecology, and evolution.
Ecological context of the evolution of self-pollination in Clarkia xantiana: population size, plant communities, and reproductive ... Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: a review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ...
Author: Lawrence D. Harder
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Floral biology, floral function, sexual systems, diversification.
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Р. 207–213. 9. Webb, C. J. Empirical studies: evolution and maintenance of dimorphic breeding systems. Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants [Eds.: M. A. Geber, T. E. Dawson and, L. F. Delph]. N. Y.: Springer, 1999, P. 61–95.
Author: Jose Luis Lopez-Bonilla
Publisher: CRC Press
By providing an applied and modern approach, this volume will help readers understand the value and relevance of studying case studies and reviews on chemical and biochemical sciences. Presenting a wide-ranging view of current developments in applied methodologies in chemical and biochemical physics research, the papers in this collection, all written by highly regarded experts in the field, examine various aspects of chemical and biochemical physics and experimentation. In the first section of this volume, many topics are covered, such as trends in polymeric gas separation membranes, trends in polymer/organoclay nanocomposites, synthesis of the hybrid metal-polymer nanocomposite, oxidation of polypropylene-graphite nanocomposites, and investigation on the cleaning process of gas emissions. In section two, several case studies and reviews in biochemical sciences are reported.
Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: a review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ecological correlates, and phylogenetic approaches. In 'Sexual and gender dimorphism in flowering plants'. (Eds M.A. Geber, T.E. Dawson, ...
Author: SWL Jacobs
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
Grasses: Systematics and Evolution is a selection of the very best papers from the Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Grass Systematics and Evolution held in Sydney, Australia in 1998. The papers represent some of the leading work from around the world on grasses and include reviews and current research into the comparative biology and classification. All 41 papers have been peer-reviewed and edited.
In: Geber MA, Dawson TE, Delph LF (eds) Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants. Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg, pp 217–246 Barow M, Meister A (2003) Endopolyploidy in seed plants is differently correlated to systematics, organ, ...
Author: Juan Núñez-Farfán
Publisher: Springer Nature
Plant-herbivore interactions are a central topic in evolutionary ecology. Historically, their study has been a cornerstone for coevolutionary theory. Starting from classic ecological studies at the phenotypic level, it has since expanded to molecular and genomic approaches. After a historical perspective, the book’s subsequent chapters cover a wide range of topics: from populations to ecosystems; plant- and herbivore-focused studies; in natural and in man-modified ecosystems; and both micro- and macro-evolutionary levels. All chapters include valuable background information and empirical evidence. Given its scope, the book will be of interest to both students and researchers, and will hopefully stimulate further research in this exciting field of evolutionary biology.
In : Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants ( eds M.A. Gender , T.E. Dawson & L.F. Delph ) , pp . 33–60 . Springer - Verlag , Berlin . Charnov , E.L. ( 1982 ) . The Theory of Sex Allocation . Monographs in population biology ...
Author: Jonathan Silvertown
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Leading population biologists examine ecological and evolutionary issues in the context of space.
Further, the lack of clear gender dimorphism in northern boreal juniper populations could also result from the high ... “Sexual dimorphism and biotic interactions,” in Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants, eds M. A. Geber, ...
Evolution 35:752–762 Barrett SCH, Hough J (2012) Sexual dimorphism in fiowering plants. ... Evolution 35:1108–1116 Correns C (1922) Sex determination and numerical proportion of genders in common sorrel (Rumex acetosa).
Author: Rajesh Tandon
Publisher: Springer Nature
Sexual reproduction is the predominant mode of perpetuation for flowering plant species. Investigating the reproductive strategies of plants has grown to become a vast area of research and, in crop plants, covers events from flowering to fruit and seed development; in wild species, it extends up to seed dispersal and seedling recruitment. Thus, reproduction determines the extent of yield in crop plants and, in wild plants, also determines the efficacy of recruiting new adults to the population, making this field important both from fundamental and applied plant biology perspectives. Moreover, in light of the growing concerns regarding food and nutritional security for the growing population and preserving biological diversity, reproductive biology of flowering plants has acquired special significance. Extensive studies on various facets of reproduction are being carried out around the world. However, these studies are scattered across research journals and reviews from diverse areas of biology. The present volume covers the whole spectrum of reproductive ecology, from phenology and floral biology, to sexuality and pollination biology/ecology including floral rewards, breeding systems, apomixis and seed dispersal. In turn, transgene flow, its biosafety and mitigation approaches, and the ‘global pollinator crisis’, which has become a major international concern in light of the urgent need to sustain crop yield and biodiversity, are discussed in detail. Given its scope, the book offers a valuable resource for students, teachers and researchers of botany, zoology, ecology, agriculture and forestry, as well as conservation biologists.
Seed plant relationships and the systematic position of Gnetales based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA: Conflicting data, ... Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: A review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ...
Author: Douglas Soltis
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Although they are relative latecomers on the evolutionary scene, having emerged only 135‒170 million years ago, angiosperms—or flowering plants—are the most diverse and species-rich group of seed-producing land plants, comprising more than 15,000 genera and over 350,000 species. Not only are they a model group for studying the patterns and processes of evolutionary diversification, they also play major roles in our economy, diet, and courtship rituals, producing our fruits, legumes, and grains, not to mention the flowers in our Valentine’s bouquets. They are also crucial ecologically, dominating most terrestrial and some aquatic landscapes. This fully revised edition of Phylogeny and Evolution of the Angiosperms provides an up-to-date, comprehensive overview of the evolution of and relationships among these vital plants. Incorporating molecular phylogenetics with morphological, chemical, developmental, and paleobotanical data, as well as presenting a more detailed account of early angiosperm fossils and important fossil information for each evolutionary branch of the angiosperms, the new edition integrates fossil evidence into a robust phylogenetic framework. Featuring a wealth of new color images, this highly synthetic work further reevaluates long-held evolutionary hypotheses related to flowering plants and will be an essential reference for botanists, plant systematists, and evolutionary biologists alike.
Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: A review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ecological correlates, and phylogenetic approaches. In M. A. Geber, T. E. Dawson, and L. F. Delph (eds.), Sexual and Gender Dimorphism in ...
Author: Robert J. Gustafson
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Hawaiian Plant Life has been written with both the layperson and professional interested in Hawai‘i’s natural history and flora in mind. In addition to significant text describing landforms and vegetation, the evolution of Hawaiian flora, and the conservation of native species, the book includes almost 875 color photographs illustrating nearly two-thirds of native Hawaiian plant species as well as a concise description of each genus and species shown. The work can be used either as a stand-alone reference or as a companion to the two-volume Manual of the Flowering Plants of Hawai‘i. Learning more about threatened and endangered plants is essential to conserving them, and there is no more endangered flora in the world today than that of the Hawaiian Islands. Striking species complexes such as the silverswords and the remarkable lobeliads represent unique stories of adaptive radiation that make the Hawai‘i a living laboratory for evolution. Public appreciation for Hawaiian biodiversity requires outreach and education that will determine the future conservation of this rich heritage, and Hawaiian Plant Life has been designed to help fill that need.
Women in Academic Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Jill M. Bystydzienski, Sharon R. Bird ... “ Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants : A Review of Terminology , Biogeographic Patterns , Ecological Correlates ...
Author: Jill M. Bystydzienski
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Movement into academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields has been slow for women and minorities. Not only are women and minorities underrepresented in STEM careers, there is strong evidence that many academic departments are resistant to addressing the concerns that keep them from entering careers in these fields. In light of recent controversies surrounding these issues, this volume, examining reasons for the persistence of barriers that block the full participation and advancement of underrepresented groups in the sciences and addressing how academic departments and universities can remedy the situation, is particularly timely. As a whole, the volume shows positive examples of institutions and departments that have been transformed by the inclusion of women and recommends a set of best practices for continuing growth in positive directions.
44Geber, Monica A. (1999), Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants : with 29 tables http://books.google.com/books?id=pUo2T34ppKUC&pg=PA4&dq=polygamy+ plants&ei=2aFlSfeVBqTmyASxoeyTAw&client=firefox-a#PPA4,M1, Berlin: Springer, ...
A Primer on the Biology, Ecology, and Evolution of Dual Sexuality John Avise ... Gender and sexual dimorphism in flowering plants: A review of terminology, biogeographic patterns, ecological correlates, and phylogenetic approaches.
Author: John Avise
Publisher: Columbia University Press
This book maps the evolutionary origins of hermaphroditism, as well as its historical instances and fictional representations, underscoring the relevance of dual sexuality to our biological, intellectual, and cultural making. the author describes the genetics, ecology, phylogeny, and natural history of hermaphroditic plants, fish and invertebrate animals and details organisms that either reproduce simultaneously as male and female or switch routinely between one sex and the other.
In Gender and Sexual Dimorphism in Flowering Plants, ed. M. A. Geber, T. E. Dawson, and L. F. Delph, 217–46. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Ågren, J., T. Elmqvist, and A. Tunlid. (1986) Pollination by deceit, floral sex ratios and seed set in ...
Author: Pat Willmer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
his beautifully illustrated book describes how flowers use colors, shapes, and scents to advertise themselves; how they offer pollen and nectar as rewards; and how they share complex interactions with beetles, birds, bats, bees, and other creatures. The ecology of these interactions is covered in depth, including the timing and patterning of flowering, competition among flowering plants to attract certain visitors and deter others, and the many ways plants and animals can cheat each other. --from publisher description