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1UMR Ecobio, University of Rennes, Av. du Gnral Leclerc, 35042 Rennes, France; annekristel.bittebiere@orange.fr; cendrine.mony@univ-rennes1.fr ; bernard.clement@univ-rennes1.fr
 

Summary: 1UMR Ecobio, University of Rennes, Av. du Général Leclerc, 35042 Rennes, France;
annekristel.bittebiere@orange.fr; cendrine.mony@univ-rennes1.fr ; bernard.clement@univ-rennes1.fr
2Dept of Computer Science, University of Houston, 501 Philipp G. Hoffman Hall, Houston, TX 77204-3010,
USA; garbey@cs.uh.edu
Workshop MODECOL ­ Rennes 7th of June 2010
How to model competition between plants using an Individual Based Model?
Methods and effects on clonal plants dynamic.
A.-K. Bittebiere1, C. Mony1, B. Clément1, M. Garbey2
Workshop MODECOL ­ Rennes 7th of June 2010
INTRODUCTION MODELS SIMULATION RESULTS CONCLUSION
Plant communities
Competition is one of the main factors
structuring the plant communities (Rees et
al. 1996)
In temperate systems, plant
communities are dominated by clonal
plants (Stöcklin & Winkler, 2004)
They can colonize space at short
distance through clonal propagation
Workshop MODECOL ­ Rennes 7th of June 2010

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology