|| 要旨トップ | ESJ58 シンポジウム 一覧 |||日本生態学会第58回全国大会 (2011年3月，札幌) 講演要旨|
シンポジウム S09 -- 3月10日 9：00-12：00 F 会場
Trade-offs among plant traits lead to various plant strategies, which play important roles in the plant specialization and coexistence within a range of environment. There is still a large gap in our understanding between physiological/morphological traits and species specialization/coexistence mechanisms. We will present studies which integrate plant traits from a shoot, to whole plant and to their assembling community; thus aiming to understand how plants succeed and coexist in different environments. We will discuss our studies to develop general concepts based on relationships from plant traits and their trade-offs to vegetation structure, functioning and species diversity.
Concept: Yoshiko Iida (Hokkaido University), Yusuke Onoda (Kyushu University)
Comments: Hiroko Kurokawa (Tohoku University), Toshihiro Yamada (Hiroshima University)
[S09-1] Diverse shoot architectures and converged mechanical safety among sympatric woody species
[S09-2] Architectural trade-offs among tropical tree species in relation to life-history traits
[S09-3] Functional traits determine trade-offs and niches in a tropical tree community
[S09-4] Structure, functioning and species composition of vegetation stands: a case of a game?