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Phytolacca americana, on the other hand, displayed germination behavior that was dependent on both seed bank source and postdisturbance environment.
Although the two seed banks do not differ in Phytolacca americana seed density, the component seeds differed in germinability, a phenomonon which is likely a result of the historical processes that formed the seed banks.
Because broken, empty seed coats of Rubus allegheniensis and Phytolacca americana are often found at the study site, we suspect that small mammals are the most important granivores.