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In the biology of dispersal, a dispersal vector is "an agent transporting seeds or other dispersal units". Dispersal vectors may include biotic factors, such as animals, or abiotic factors, such as the wind or the ocean.
- Frank M. Schurr, Orr Spiegel, Ofer Steinitz, Ana Trakhtenbrot, Asaf Tsoar & Ran Nathan (2009). "Long-Distance Seed Dispersal". In Lars Østergaard. Fruit development and seed dispersal. Volume 38 of Annual Plant Reviews. John Wiley and Sons. pp. 204–237. doi:10.1002/9781444314557.ch6. ISBN 978-1-4051-8946-0.
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