Seed Output and the Efficacy of Dispersal by Wind

Edward Salisbury

Abstract

Evidence is provided that reveals a striking parallelism between the average output of propagules, of twenty-five species, distributed by wind and two chief factors which determine their degree of scattering, thus supporting the hypothesis of a marked relation between the average output and the normally high wastage that the broadcasting of fruits or seeds by wind entails.

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