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Ilex Aquifolium L.
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Grassland ecology and wildlife management
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The Ecological Significance of Fire in Limestone Grassland Communities of the Derbyshire Dales
In Britain study of the ecological significance of fire has hitherto been restricted to vegetation dominated by Calluna vulgaris,* both in upland moorland communities (Elliott 1953; Whittaker 1960)Expand
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GROWTH AND PARTITIONING
Summary Innate growth potential and innate patterns of allocation to different plant parts are both subject to physiological limitations. Yet the ways in which these attributes not only vary betweenExpand
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Effects of Fire on the Chemical Status of Herbaceous Communities of the Derbyshire Dales
It has previously been demonstrated that sporadic burning is an important influence in determining the nature of some types of limestone grassland in the Derbyshire Dales (Lloyd 1968). There are bothExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF SOIL CONDITIONS ON THE COURSE OF SUCCESSION ON THE CHALK OF SOUTHERN ENGLAND
During both the First and Second World Wars as in other periods of agricultural prosperity many areas of chalk-down in south-east England were ploughed and used for growing cereal crops, only to beExpand
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