Variations in sexual and asexual reproduction of Scirpus mariqueter along an elevational gradient View Full Text


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DATE

2001-06

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Shucun Sun, Xianming Gao, Yongli Cai

ABSTRACT

In order to assess the importance of sexual and asexual reproduction during the life history of Scirpus mariqueter, its reproductive and growth characters were concurrently examined along an elevational gradient (from low elevation to high elevation). The proportions of flowering shoot and inflorescence mass, seed : flower ratio and seed weight were used to quantify the investment in sexual reproduction. The proportions of current-year shoot and rhizome mass were used to quantify the investment in asexual reproduction, and the proportion of corm mass was used for growth, respectively. It was found that vegetative propagation predominated at low elevation, whereas sexual reproduction predominated at high elevation; and that sexual reproduction increased with declining asexual reproduction along the gradient. The results suggest that asexual reproduction is relatively favored in the early life stage, whereas sexual reproduction is favored when the population becomes mature and aged, probably because of the functional differentiation between the two reproductive types. Sexual productive characters (i.e. the proportions of flowering shoot and inflorescence mass) were negatively correlated to both growth and asexual reproductive characters along the gradient, indicating there might exist some trade-offs among growth, sexual and asexual reproduction during the life history. However, no obvious pattern was found between asexual reproductive characters and growth characters along the elevational gradient, possibly because of the varied relationships between them at different life stages. The variations in sexual and asexual reproduction in the species and the relationship between them are thought to be of great significance for local population growth, species persistence and evolution. More... »

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263-274

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