Do vegetation patch spatial patterns disrupt the spatial organization of plant species?

Alados, C.L.; Navarro, T.; Komac, B.; Pascual, V.; Martinez Garcia, Felipe; Cabezudo, B. y Pueyo, Y. (2009). Do vegetation patch spatial patterns disrupt the spatial organization of plant species?. "Ecological Complexity", v. 6 (n. 2); pp. 197-207. ISSN 1476-945X.

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Título: Do vegetation patch spatial patterns disrupt the spatial organization of plant species?
Autor/es:
  • Alados, C.L.
  • Navarro, T.
  • Komac, B.
  • Pascual, V.
  • Martinez Garcia, Felipe
  • Cabezudo, B.
  • Pueyo, Y.
Tipo de Documento: Artículo
Título de Revista/Publicación: Ecological Complexity
Fecha: Junio 2009
Volumen: 6
Materias:
Escuela: E.T.S.I. Montes (UPM) [antigua denominación]
Departamento: Silvopascicultura [hasta 2014]
Licencias Creative Commons: Reconocimiento - Sin obra derivada - No comercial

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Thelong-range spatial autocorrelationwasevaluated based on the dispersal abilities of the species.Among the 106 species evaluated, 39%of thewoody species, 17% of the forbs, and 12% of the grasses exhibited disrupted long-range spatial autocorrelation where patches were small. The species that are more vulnerable to the effects of fragmentation tended to be those that have restricted dispersal, such as those that have short-range ispersal (atelechoric), e.g., Phlomis purpurea, Cistus albidus, Teucrium pseudochamaepytis, Brachypodium retusum, and the ballistic species, Genista spartioides. Helianthemumalmeriense is another vulnerable species that has actively restricted dispersal (antitelechory), which is common in arid regions. Wind dispersers such as Launaea lanifera were less vulnerable to the effects of fragmentation. Long-distance dispersers whose persistence depends on facilitative interactions with other individuals, e.g., allogamous species such as Thymus hyemalis, Ballota hirsuta, and Anthyllis cytisoides, exhibit disrupted long-range spatial autocorrelation when patch size is reduced

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