A stimulating synthesis of the different approaches adopted in ecology, physiology and molecular biology to understand how grass populations interact with their environment and undergo evolutionary changes over time.
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'Overall, this is a useful book that will be of interest and value to plant population biologists in general and grassland ecologists specifically. Areas where additional research is needed are brought out directly, or alluded to at least, in all the chapters. It is not a textbook on the group but will be a most useful review of the topic for several years and points the way for future studies.' David Gibson, Ecology
'All said and done, for specialists this is an excellent book and covers a wide range of topics.' Colin L. A. Leakey, The Times Higher Education Supplement
'I recommend it not only for botanists, but also for anyone interested in population biology in general.' Trends in Ecology and Evolution
'… found the book a useful synthesis of the topic. It is exceptionally well edited, with a wealth of new ideas and data, and is a worthy contribution to the study of an important and fascinating family of plants.' Journal of Vegetation Sciences
'… an excellent book which presents quite different concepts and approaches clearly and concisely. I strongly recommend it for all those interested in the population biology of grasses.' Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science
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