The ecology and genetics of central and peripheral populations of Carduus defloratus

The aim of this thesis was to test several of the predictions of the abundant centre model (ACM) by comparing central and peripheral populations of the model species Carduus defloratus along a gradient from the centre towards the periphery of the distribution of the species. The ACM predicts that be...

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Beteiligte: Matthies, Diethart (Prof.Dr.) (BetreuerIn (Doktorarbeit))
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43. CURRICULUM VITAE Personal details Name: Andrea Vaupel Date and place of birth: 16.08.1979, Homberg (Efze), Germany Nationality: German Contact: Education and professional experience since 01/2009

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62. Abitur at the Geschwister-Scholl-Schule, Melsungen, Germany PUBLICATIONS Published papers and book chapters (1) Vaupel A, Matthies D (2012) Abundance, reproduction, and seed predation of an alpine plant decrease from the centre towards the range limit. Ecology, 93, 2253- 2262.

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