The Ecology of Plants
Jessica Gurevitch, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Samuel M. Scheiner, and Gordon A....
Jessica Gurevitch, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Samuel M. Scheiner, and Gordon A. Fox, University of South Florida
“This is the only volume I have seen that contains a good treatment of evolutionary and physiological ecology, as well [as] more traditional topics such as competition and herbivory, vegetation types, and biomes. … Overall, this useful book, beautifully laid out and well written, fills an important gap in the educational literature on plant ecology. It is up to date and quantitatively sophisticated, and it provides a nice balance between presentation of facts and concepts and narration of evocative examples. I plan to continue to use this volume in my course and recommend it highly.”
—Ingrid M. Parker, The Quarterly Review of Biology
“Overall, The ecology of plants provides a useful and complete tool to teach plant ecology to undergraduate students. Therefore, I strongly recommend it.”
—Stéphane Boudreau, Écoscience
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