Authors

F. D. Panetta

Publication Date

1982

Document Type

Report

DAFWA Collections

Biosecurity, pests, weeds and diseases

Abstract

To assess the viability of seed produced under natural conditions. To determine the size of seed banks in different areas and to determine when seedling establishment occurs on a seasonal basis. To assess the relative contribution of reproduction by seed and root fragments to the persistence and growth of populations. To determine if reproduction from root fragments occurs more readily at certain times of the year

Number of Pages

5

Keywords

Western Australia.

Comments

To assess the viability of seed produced under natural conditions.

To determine the size of seed banks in different areas and to determine when seedling establishment occurs on a seasonal basis.

To assess the relative contribution of reproduction by seed and root fragments to the persistence and growth of populations.

To determine if reproduction from root fragments occurs more readily at certain times of the year.

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