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Flowering phenology, growth forms, and pollination syndromes in tropical dry forest species: Influence of phylogeny and abiotic factors.

American Journal of Botany

Cortés‐Flores, J., Hernández‐Esquivel, K. B., González‐Rodríguez, A., & Ibarra‐Manríquez, G.

2017

American Journal of Botany

104(1)

39-49

Analyses of the influence of temporal variation in abiotic factors on flowering phenology of tropical dry forest species have not considered the possible response of species with different growth forms and pollination syndromes, while controlling for phylogenetic relationships among species. Here, we investigated the relationship between flowering phenology, abiotic factors, and plant functional attributes, while controlling for phylogenetic relationship among species, in a dry forest community in Mexico.

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The Liana Ecology Project is supported by Marquette University and funded in part by the National Science Foundation.