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Plant colonization across the Galápagos Islands. (Registro nro. 12729)

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Edition number 21
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Personal name Vargas, P.
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Title Plant colonization across the Galápagos Islands.
Remainder of title Success of the sea dispersal syndrome.
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Date of publication, distribution, etc. 2014
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Summary, etc. A new approach for investigating evidence for the capacity of plant colonization between islands and the success of plant morphological traits associated with seed dispersal is presented. As colonization is the result of dispersal and establishment, oceanic archipelagos provide an ideal spatio-temporal system in which to analyse plant dispersal traits related to current distributions of species across islands. The Galápagos archipelago comprises 12 islands > 10 km2 that harbour 403 native angiosperms, of which 313 native species occupy lowland habitats that are present on all islands. We inferred the minimum number of colonization events within the archipelago for the species (289 lowland species) present on more than one island (floristic analysis). The distribution (number of islands) of species across the islands was slightly left-skewed, with 58% of all lowland species being present on one to six islands. The success of dispersal syndromes (i.e. morphological trait sets of the diaspores associated with dispersal) favourable to inter-island dispersal (medium-distance dispersal, MDD) was also analysed (syndrome analysis). In particular, the 289 lowland species were classified into four dispersal groups (syndromes): sea (thalassochory), wind (anemochory), and animal interior (endozoochory) or animal exterior (epizoochory). Most species (N = 174, 55.6%), however, displayed no traits related to MDD (unspecialized diaspores). Analyses of the distribution of syndrome traits across the 289 lowland native species and 12 islands revealed that: (1) species with one or more of the four MDD syndromes did not have broader distributions than those with unspecialized diaspores; (2) species with sea dispersal traits were the most broadly distributed; and (3) a net loss of dispersability for diaspore traits (from non-endemic natives to endemic species) was not supported for the whole flora by our analyses. In summary, our analyses showed that species with sea-drifting diaspore traits were significantly associated with the success of plant colonization across the Galápagos Islands. © 2014 The Linnean Society of London, Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 2014, 174, 349–358.
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Uncontrolled term Colonization.
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Uncontrolled term Colonización.
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Uncontrolled term Plant.
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Uncontrolled term Plantas
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Uncontrolled term Galápagos Islands.
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Uncontrolled term Islas Galápagos
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Personal name Nogales, M.
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Personal name Jaramillo, P.
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Personal name Olesen, JM.
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Personal name Traveset, A.
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Personal name Heleno, R.
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Title Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society,
Related parts Vol. 174 (2014), p. 349–358.
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Uniform Resource Identifier http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/boj.12142
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