What looks like a pile of mud to a human is an oasis to a dwarf sundew
How do plants occupy niches within their communities? New research shows key roles for two features: habitat filtering and limiting similarity.
A Bud Bank is not just a Seed Bank in a different form. It can affect populations of plants in a considerably different way.
These findings imply that storage in herbs is probably governed by factors other than just the disturbance regime applied once in a growing season.