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Recruitment of a genotyped Quercus robur L. seedling cohort in an expanding oak forest stand: diversity, dispersal, and performance across habitats
Annals of Forest Science
& Key message Few studies have linked the origin of dispersed tree seeds with their post-dispersal fate. We show that habitat-dependent mortality in a pedunculate oak (Quercus robur L.) seedling cohort reshapes the effective fecundity of individual mother trees but has little effect on the cohort's genetic diversity. & Context Initial tree recruitment plays a key role in forest regeneration, yet little is known on how patterns of recruit mortality feed back on the fecundity of reproducingdoi:10.1007/s13595-020-00979-5 fatcat:sldq7estczh4rn4xhoatkrvl5e