Jane H. Bock and Yan B.Linhart (editors). 1989.
Traditional plant ecology has focused on the description of plant communities, on nutrient dynamics within these communities, and on environmental factors affecting the ecology of individuals. In recent years, the need for a more sophisticated look at the interactions within and between species and populations has emerged along with renewed appreciation for the importance of genetic and evolutionary perspectives. This book is an introduction to the field of evolutionary plant ecology. Its chapters were written by former students in tribute to the late Herbert G. Baker, a pioneer and leading researcher in the field of plant ecology.
The Evolutionary Ecology of Plants. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado. ISBN: 0-8133-7464-2