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soil seed banks of north west Europe

methodology, density and longevity

by Thompson, Ken

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Soil seed banks -- Europe

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementKen Thompson, Jan P. Bakker, and Renée M. Bekker.
      ContributionsBakker, Jan Pouwel., Bekker, Renée M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK281 .T48 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL984050M
      ISBN 100521495199
      LC Control Number96021788

      Soil seed bank, natural storage of seeds in the leaf litter, on the soil surface, or in the soil of many ecosystems, which serves as a repository for the production of subsequent generations of plants to enable their term soil seed bank can be used to describe the storage of seeds from a single species or from all the species in a particular area. The Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe. Methodology, Density and Longevity. Cambridge University Press, UK. Unfortunately the book does not contain plant species from Central and East Europe.

      Seeds Science Research 7, – Thompson K, Bakker JP, Bekker RM () ‘The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity.’ (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK) Vertucci CW, Leopold AC () Physical activities associated with hydration level in seeds. In ‘Membranes, metabolism and dry organisms’. We examined changes in the soil seed bank associated with conifer encroachment of montane meadows in the western Cascade Range of Oregon. We asked whether, and over what period of time, meadow species maintain viable seeds in the soil, and by implication, whether the seed bank can contribute to restoration if conifers are removed.

        In North West Europe it was found that the seeds of species stored in a soil seed bank (in situ) had life spans ranging from less than one year to a predicted 1, years. The median (middle value) life span was just 6 years. When it comes to the long term storage in an ex situ seed bank, however, seed life span is difficult to predict. We. The atlas is the result of a collective effort by more the 40 National soil surveys and soil science institutions cooperating across Europe within the European Soil Bureau Network (ESBN). This network, established by the JRC in , has formalised already existing collaborations among soil surveys already initiated in by the UN FAO as the.


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Ecology of Soil Seed Banks examines the factors that influence seed bank dynamics and the variety of patterns found among different species.

This book presents seed banks in a community context to explore the ecological implications of different patterns, and thus begin the development of a synthesis by comparing various communities.

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(): Seasonal variation in the seed banks of herbaceous species in the contrasting habitats. Methods for the study of seed banks Description and guide to the interpretation of the database The database Data sources and references cited in the text.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Buried viable seed banks are a fundamental aspect of seed plant biology. Get this from a library. The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity. [Ken Thompson; Jan Pouwel Bakker; Renée M Bekker].

Sinceten soil seed bank classification systems have been published. Among these systems, the number of recognized seed bank categories varies from three to twelve. Seed longevity is the main factor used for distinguishing categories, but dormancy and germination types are also important.

soil seed banks of North-West Europe that was based on sources published between and the beginning of The last search for published references was conducted in April In this database we only included studies that (1) presented data on seed bank type (transient vs persistent, sensu Thompson et al.

) and mean. The soil seed bank is the natural storage of seeds, often dormant, within the soil of most ecosystems. The study of soil seed banks started in when Charles Darwin observed the emergence of seedlings using soil samples from the bottom of a lake.

The first scientific paper on the subject was published in and reported on the occurrence of seeds at different soil depths. In this review, the term "seed bank" is defined as the reserve of viable seeds present in the soil and on the soil surface.

The term "seed" is used in the broad sense to include fruits and caryopses but not spores or vegetative propagules. Techniques for studying seed populations in soils are described and the results of investigations are reported for arable soils, grasslands, aquatic. The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity / Ken Thompson, Jan Bakker and Renée Bekker.

by Thompson, Ken, Published DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. 1 Using the data in a recently published seed bank database for north‐west Europe, we describe how a species’ seed bank behaviour can be characterized by a single ‘longevity index’, and investigate how representative the information in the database is of the north‐west European also test the hypotheses that seeds of short‐lived species are more persistent than those of.

I Using the data in a recently published seed bank database for north-west Europe, we describe how a species' seed bank behaviour can be characterized by a single 'longevity index', and investigate how representative the information in the database is of the north-west European flora.

We also test the hypotheses that seeds of short-lived species are more persistent than those of long-lived. Book x, p.: ill., map ; 26 cm. + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.) Subjects: Soil seed banks -- Europe.

Medical subjects: Seeds -- Europe. System Details: System requirements for accompanying disk: PC/Power Mac format. Accessible by spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel, Borland Quattro Pro, Lotusand dBase.

Notes. The Soil Seed Banks of North West Europe: Methodology, Density and Longevity Cambridge Univ Press (). R Core Team.The soil seed banks of North West Europe: methodology, density and longevity By Ken Thompson, Jan P.

Bakker and Renee M. Bekker Publisher: Cambridge University Press.