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Consequences of hydrochory in Hibiscus
Author(s): H. Kudoh, R. Shimamura, K. Takayama and D. F. Whigham
Journal: Plant Species Biology
Article Topic(s): Genetics,Seed source
Research Setting(s): Wetland,Laboratory
Species Referenced: Hibiscus coccineus (Scarlet rosemallow),
AbstractA review paper on seed dispersal by water in Hibiscus species and its effects on the spatial distribution of genetic variation.
Suggested CitationH. Kudoh, R. Shimamura, K. Takayama and D. F. Whigham. "Consequences of hydrochory in Hibiscus." Plant Species Biology 21.3 (2006): 127-133.