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Postdispersal weed seed predation ranged between 19 to 84% per week following a species preference rank

Abstract : Postdispersal seed predation may have strong impacts on the demography of annual plants. If this phenomenon is well-known in tropical and woody systems, there is no information about weed seed predation in French agroecosystems.
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Audrey Alignier, Helmut Meiss, Sandrine Petit, Xavier Reboud. Postdispersal weed seed predation ranged between 19 to 84% per week following a species preference rank. 24th German Conference on Weed Biology and Weed Control, Mar 2008, Hohenheim, Germany. Springer, Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. Special issue pp.1, 2008, Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. Special issue. ⟨hal-01535071⟩

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