2018
DOI: 10.23855/preslia.2018.001
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Abstract: Plant dispersal strategies: a new classification based on the multiple dispersal modes of individual species.-Preslia 90: 1-22 The diaspores of vascular plants are transported by vectors from which the dispersal modes are inferred, such as anemochory as a spread by wind. Traditionally, each species was assigned a single dispersal mode, based on the morphology of its diaspore; for example the presence of pappus indicated anemochory. In this paper we present a different approach to plant dispersal, based on the … Show more

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“…To analyse the spread of invasive species, for the non-native flora we added the information on dispersal strategies and introduction pathways, which is crucial for the management of plant invasions (Pergl et al 2017;Sádlo et al 2018). Therefore, for each nonnative species, we also used the database of the flora of Rome (Celesti-Grapow 1995) to extract some additional information on:…”
Section: Compilation Of the Datasetmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…To analyse the spread of invasive species, for the non-native flora we added the information on dispersal strategies and introduction pathways, which is crucial for the management of plant invasions (Pergl et al 2017;Sádlo et al 2018). Therefore, for each nonnative species, we also used the database of the flora of Rome (Celesti-Grapow 1995) to extract some additional information on:…”
Section: Compilation Of the Datasetmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(1) Main dispersal mode, referring to transport of diaspores by different vectors (Kleyer et al 2008;Pérez-Harguindeguy et al 2013;Sádlo et al 2018), divided according to the following categories: autochory (self-dispersal), dispersal by birds, by humans, by insects, by mammals, by water and by wind. (2) Pathway of introduction.…”
Section: Compilation Of the Datasetmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Environmental responsiveness is due to materials (Chambers and MacMahon, 1994;Burgert and Fratzl, 2009;Sadlo et al, 2018) and structural features (Abraham and Elbaum, 2013) of the seed tissues. As example, autorotating seeds of maples generate a surprisingly high lift by creating a stable leading-edge vortex as they descend (Lentink et al, 2009).…”
Section: Morphological Computation: Plant Seedsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The following dispersal types were distinguished: Allium (mainly autochory, as well as anemochory, endozoochory, epizoochory), Bidens (mainly autochory and epizoochory, as well as endozoochory), Cornus (autochory and endozoochory), Epilobium (mainly anemochory and autochory, as well as endozoochory, epizoochory). The detailed description of dispersal modes can be found in the publication of Sádlo et al [56].…”
Section: The Species Groupsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to Sádlo et al [56], the dispersal strategies of Allium, Bidens, Cornus, Epilobium and Lycopodium are found within the plants occupying dry grasslands. In our study, we evidenced the presence of species with the strategies of Allium, Bidens, Cornus and Epilobium.…”
Section: The Species Groups Characteristicsmentioning
confidence: 99%