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Volume 148, issue 2 (2015)

Print publication date: 23 Jul. 2015

Reduced fecundity and genetic diversity in small populations of rewarding versus deceptive orchid species: a meta-analysis – Gijbels, Pieter; De Hert, Koen; Jacquemyn, Hans; Honnay, Olivier
Review
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Gijbels P., De Hert K., Jacquemyn H., Honnay O. (2015) Reduced fecundity and genetic diversity in small populations of rewarding versus deceptive orchid species: a meta-analysis. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 153-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.914

Past and present distribution of the rare aquatic plant Luronium natans (Alismataceae) in Belgium shows marked decline and bad conservation status – Ronse, Anne C.M.; Leyssen, An; Packet, Jo; Denys, Luc
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Ronse A.C.M., Leyssen A., Packet J., Denys L. (2015) Past and present distribution of the rare aquatic plant Luronium natans (Alismataceae) in Belgium shows marked decline and bad conservation status. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 160–170. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1027

Does altitude shape molecular diversity and richness of bryophytes in Madeira’s natural forest? A case study with four bryophyte species at two altitudinal levels – Sim-Sim, Manuela; Lopes, Tina; Ruas, Sara; Stech, Michael
Regular paper
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Sim-Sim M., Lopes T., Ruas S., Stech M. (2015) Does altitude shape molecular diversity and richness of bryophytes in Madeira’s natural forest? A case study with four bryophyte species at two altitudinal levels. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 171–180. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1041

Specialist plant species harbour higher reproductive performances in recently restored calcareous grasslands than in reference habitats – Harzé, Mélanie; Mahy, Grégory; Bizoux, Jean-Philippe; Piqueray, Julien; Monty, Arnaud
Regular paper
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Harzé M., Mahy G., Bizoux J.-P., Piqueray J., Monty A. (2015) Specialist plant species harbour higher reproductive performances in recently restored calcareous grasslands than in reference habitats. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 181–190. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1013

Effects of fragmentation and population size on the genetic diversity of Centaurea cyanus (Asteraceae) populations – Petit, Cécile; Arnal, Hélène; Darmency, Henri
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Petit C., Arnal H., Darmency H. (2015) Effects of fragmentation and population size on the genetic diversity of Centaurea cyanus (Asteraceae) populations. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 191–198. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.916

What influences pollen dispersal in the clonal distylous Menyanthes trifoliata (Menyanthaceae)? – Van Rossum, Fabienne; Leprince, Nathalie; Mayer, Carolin; Raabová, Jana; Hans, Guillaume; Jacquemart, Anne-Laure
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Van Rossum F., Leprince N., Mayer C., Raabová J., Hans G., Jacquemart A.-L. (2015) What influences pollen dispersal in the clonal distylous Menyanthes trifoliata (Menyanthaceae)? Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 199–212. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.820

Reproductive biology of Pentadesma butyracea (Clusiaceae), source of a valuable non timber forest product in Benin – Ewédjè, Eben-Ezer B.K.; Ahanchédé, Adam; Hardy, Olivier J.; Ley, Alexandra C.
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Ewédjè E.-E.B.K.; Ahanchédé A., Hardy O.J., Ley A.C. (2015) Reproductive biology of Pentadesma butyracea (Clusiaceae), source of a valuable non timber forest product in Benin. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 213–228. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.998

Theoretical predictions of plant-pollinator interactions in sympatric species of Psychotria (Rubiaceae) in Cerrado of Brazil – Mesquita-Neto, José N.; Silva-Neto, Carlos M.; Franceschinelli, Edivani V.
Regular paper
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Mesquita-Neto J.N., Silva-Neto C.M., Franceschinelli E.V. (2015) Theoretical predictions of plant-pollinator interactions in sympatric species of Psychotria (Rubiaceae) in Cerrado of Brazil. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 229–236. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.983

A developmental model for the corolla in Rubiaceae. Cryptic character states in corollas of the Spermacoceae alliance – Vrijdaghs, Alexander; De Block, Petra; Verstraete, Brecht; Groeninckx, Inge; Smets, Erik; Dessein, Steven
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Vrijdaghs A., De Block P., Verstraete B., Groeninckx I., Smets E., Dessein S. (2015) A developmental model for the corolla in Rubiaceae. Cryptic character states in corollas of the Spermacoceae alliance. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 237–255. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1088

Using legacy botanical literature as a source of phytogeographical data – Groom, Quentin J.
Regular paper
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Groom Q.J. (2015) Using legacy botanical literature as a source of phytogeographical data. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 256–266. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1048

The seaweed flora of the Balabac Marine Biodiversity Conservation Corridor (BMBCC), Southern Palawan, Western Philippines – Santiañez, Wilfred John E.; Sariego, Ria S.; Trono, Gavino C. Jr.
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Santiañez W.J.E., Sariego R.S., Trono G.C.Jr. (2015) The seaweed flora of the Balabac Marine Biodiversity Conservation Corridor (BMBCC), Southern Palawan, Western Philippines. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 267–282. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.973

Intraspecific variation in flowering phenology affects seed germinability in the forest herb Primula elatior – Baeten, Lander; Sercu, Bram; Bonte, Dries; Vanhellemont, Margot; Verheyen, Kris
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Baeten L., Sercu B., Bonte D., Vanhellemont M., Verheyen K. (2015) Intraspecific variation in flowering phenology affects seed germinability in the forest herb Primula elatior. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 283–288. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1089

Reproductive biology of Primula beesiana (Primulaceae), an alpine species endemic to Southwest China – Huang, Yuan; Li, Naiwei; Ren, Zongxin; Chen, Gao; Wu, Zhikun; Ma, Yongpeng
Short communication
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Huang Y., Li N., Ren Z., Chen G., Wu Z., Ma Y. (2015) Reproductive biology of Primula beesiana (Primulaceae), an alpine species endemic to Southwest China. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 289–296. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.867

First record on secondary pollen presentation in the Cucurbitaceae family – Jadeja, Shivani
Short communication
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Jadeja S. (2015) First record on secondary pollen presentation in the Cucurbitaceae family. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148: 297-299. http://dx.doi.org/10.5091/plecevo.2015.1054

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