How Plants Maintain Themselves in the Struggle for Existence1

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    ORDINARY English scenery, so full of quiet and so suggestive of repose that one may not readily discover signs of a struggle for existence. In tropical scenery these signs are so clear that they have been recognized again and again by every thinking natu ralist who has ever visited tropical regions.

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    How Plants Maintain Themselves in the Struggle for Existence1. Nature 41, 90–92 (1889). https://doi.org/10.1038/041090a0

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