phytogeography


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phytogeography

[¦fīd·ō·jē′äg·rə·fē]
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Phytogeography is described from chapter eleven to chapter twenty slightly in detail.
The authors include extensive introductory sections devoted to climate, geology, phytogeography, endemism, native and invasive species, and conservation.
A review of the Genus Echinops (Composite, Craude) in Ethiopia with notes on phytogeography and Chemistry.
Revision and phytogeography of Rhizomnium (Broth.) Kop.
DeVore, M.L., Pigg, K.B., and Wehr, W.C., 2005, Systematics and phytogeography of selected Eocene Okanagan Highlands plants: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v.
An overview of this approach to phytogeography is clearly discussed by Daubenmire (1978).
They produced The Phytogeography of Nebraska (Pound and Clements 1897), one of the foundations of American plant ecology.
(1991b) Vegetation structure and phytogeography of Jabal Shams, an arid mountain in Oman.