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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Within the scope of this paper, it is aimed to determine of phytosociology of the particular area comprising steppe and steppe forest vegetation in the south-east part of Central Anatolia.
Phytosociology, biomass structure and primary productivity of Oak-Pine forest of Kumaun Himalaya, Ph.D.
The phytosociology of an oak woods in southwestern Wisconsin.
The Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study: Productivity, Nutrients, and Phytosociology of the Herbaceous Layer.
Vetter (2000:172) concluded appropriately that "Yukon and Alaska grasslands are more similar to each other than either [is] to the Great Plains [prairie] grasslands" in terms of both floristics and phytosociology, although both the Great Plains and the Carmacks-Pelly Crossing grassland soils are subject to similar Chernozemic soil development processes (Sanborn, 2010).
Phytosociology and succession on earthquake-uplifted coastal wetlands, Copper River Delta, Alaska.
Transformation of cover-abundance values in phytosociology and its effects on community similarity.
Within the herbaceous species that best featured the structure phytosociology for both methodologies were Sebastiania hispida which is characterised as weedy and an indicator of disturbance and fire (Pott and Pott, 1994), and Andropogon hypogynus cited as a dominant grass species in the Miranda sub-region (Pott et al., 2011).
van der Maabel, "Transformation of cover-abundance values in phytosociology and its effects on community similarity," Vegetatio, vol.