phytosociology

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phytosociology

[¦fīd·ō‚sō·sē′äl·ə·jē]
(ecology)
A broad study of plants that includes the study of all phenomena affecting their lives as social units.
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Bialystok 3, 16-040 Grdek, TIN: 542-021-27-92, hereinafter referred to as the payer for the execution of part 4 of contract and service in the field report was prepared phytosociological Forest District Zednia - Zednia 5, 16-050 Michalowo, NIP: 542- 030-38-85, hereinafter referred to as the payer for the execution of part 5 of the contractA detailed description of the order is attached as Annex 1 to the terms of reference.
The extreme uniqueness of petrophytic flora is reflected in many phytosociological surveys focused on rupicolous vegetation, which have been conducted recently in mountainous areas of Europe (e.
A phytosociological analysis of an old-growth upland wet woods on the Pennyroyal Plain, southcentral Kentucky, USA.
Phytosociological patterns on the forest vegetation of south-central Ohio.
Phytosociological changes after harvest in southern pine ecosystems.
The contracting authority is declared over-limit contract tendering procedures to create a database of phytosociological records and data from the database mapping grasslands vegetation mapping of peatland mapping and data needs for agri-environmental payments.
In 2012, a phytosociological analysis (in a releve) was performed using the Braun-Blanquet method (Braun-Blanquet, 1964).
Phytosociological, Phenological and Photosynthetic Analyses of the Vegetation of a Highly Polluted Site.
Over the last century, calcareous grasslands in Latvia have been classified according to the dominant species method (Sabardina, 1957), which is hardly comparable with the Central European phytosociological approach applied later and used by e.
Herein, we report results of a phytosociological study in the area between the delta of the Colorado River and the Colima-Michoacan border.
Phytosociological and ordination analyses of the tree stratum of the beech-maple forest type.
A remnant bottomland hardwood forest near Denton, Texas was surveyed in order to describe its phytosociological composition.