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Eugene W. Schupp
Eugene W. Schupp
Professor of Plant Ecology, Utah State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: usu.edu
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Quantity, quality and the effectiveness of seed dispersal by animals
EW Schupp
Vegetatio 107, 15-29, 1993
13201993
Seed dispersal effectiveness revisited: a conceptual review
EW Schupp, P Jordano, JM Gómez
New phytologist 188 (2), 333-353, 2010
11882010
Seed‐seedling conflicts, habitat choice, and patterns of plant recruitment
EW Schupp
American Journal of Botany 82 (3), 399-409, 1995
8541995
Reid's paradox of rapid plant migration: dispersal theory and interpretation of paleoecological records
JS Clark, C Fastie, G Hurtt, ST Jackson, C Johnson, GA King, M Lewis, ...
BioScience 48 (1), 13-24, 1998
8191998
Early consequences of seed dispersal for a neotropical tree (Virola surinamensis)
HF Howe, EW Schupp, LC Westley
Ecology 66 (3), 781-791, 1985
6021985
SEED DISPERSER EFFECTIVENESS: THE QUANTITY COMPONENT AND PATTERNS OF SEED RAIN FOR PRUNUS MAHALEB
P Jordano, EW Schupp
Ecological monographs 70 (4), 591-615, 2000
5512000
Spatial patterns of seed dispersal and the unification of plant population ecology
EW Schupp, M Fuentes
Ecoscience 2 (3), 267-275, 1995
5511995
Arrival and survival in tropical treefall gaps
EW Schupp, HF Howe, CK Augspurger, DJ Levey
Ecology 70 (3), 562-564, 1989
4261989
Seed and early seedling predation in the forest understory and in treefall gaps
EW Schupp
Oikos, 71-78, 1988
4171988
Dissemination limitation and the origin and maintenance of species-rich tropical forests.
EW Schupp, T Milleron, SE Russo
Seed Dispersal and Frugivory: Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. Third …, 2002
3712002
Annual variation in seedfall, postdispersal predation, and recruitment of a neotropical tree
EW Schupp
Ecology 71 (2), 504-515, 1990
2901990
Factors affecting post-dispersal seed survival in a tropical forest
EW Schupp
Oecologia 76, 525-530, 1988
2801988
The Janzen-Connell model for tropical tree diversity: population implications and the importance of spatial scale
EW Schupp
The American Naturalist 140 (3), 526-530, 1992
2641992
Effectiveness of rodents as local seed dispersers of Holm oaks
JM Gómez, C Puerta-Piñero, EW Schupp
Oecologia 155, 529-537, 2008
2542008
Resilience and resistance of sagebrush ecosystems: implications for state and transition models and management treatments
JC Chambers, RF Miller, DI Board, DA Pyke, BA Roundy, JB Grace, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 67 (5), 440-454, 2014
2442014
Seed and seedling ecology of pinon and juniper species in the pygmy woodlands of western North America
JC Chambers, SB Vander Wall, EW Schupp
The Botanical Review 65, 1-38, 1999
2191999
Competition as a barrier to establishment of a native perennial grass (Elymus elymoides) in alien annual grass (Bromus tectorum) communities
LD Humphrey, EW Schupp
Journal of arid Environments 58 (4), 405-422, 2004
2132004
Azteca protection of Cecropia: ant occupation benefits juvenile trees
EW Schupp
Oecologia 70, 379-385, 1986
1811986
A general framework for effectiveness concepts in mutualisms
EW Schupp, P Jordano, JM Gómez
Ecology Letters 20 (5), 577-590, 2017
1712017
Phylogeny, lifeform, and habitat dependence of ant-defended plants in a Panamanian forest
EW Schupp, DH Feener Jr
Ant-plant interactions, 175-197, 1991
1561991
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