Reproductive allocation in a gender dimorphic shrub: anomalous female investment in Gynatrix pulchella ?
1 In gender dimorphic species, reproductive allocation (RA, the ratio of reproductive to vegetative biomass) is predicted to be greater in female plants than in male plants. Empirical research on dimorphic plant species supports this hypothesis. To date,
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