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A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SHOOT PHENOLOGY AND DOMINANCE IN HERBACEOUS VEGETATION
SUMMARY (1) Variation in standing crop and in litter has been measured by seasonal sampling and sorting of the herbaceous vegetation at thirteen sites in the Sheffield region. The vegetation types… Expand
Growth Rate and Temperature Responses in Bryophytes: II. A Comparative Study of Species of Contrasted Ecology
(1) Forty species of bryophyte of contrasted growth-form and ecology have been grown under controlled laboratory conditions using a standardized procedure. The results allow the mean relative growth… Expand
Growth Rate and Temperature Responses in Bryophytes: I. An Investigation of Brachythecium Rutabulum
(1) The growth of the perennial pleurocarpous moss Brach 'thecium rutabulum under controlled conditions of temperature, irradiance, moisture and inorganic nutrient supply was analysed. (2) Over a… Expand
An explanation of the intermittent occurrence of Physcomitrium sphaericum (Hedw.) Brid.
Abstract The spasmodic temporal distribution of the rare ephemeral moss Physcomitrium sphaericum is described and an explanation of this unusual periodicity is proposed. Field observations over 44… Expand
Polymorphism in Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex. J. & C. Presl
SUMMARY In the vicinity of Sheffield, natural populations of Arrhenatherum elatius exhibit continuous variation in tiller and leaf number, leaf length and tiller angle. In the associated range of… Expand
The status of Thamnobryum angustifolium (Holt) Crundw.
Abstract Morphological distinctions between Thamnobryum alopecurum and T. angustifoliumare maintained when the species are grown under standardized conditions, confirming the validity of the present… Expand
RURAL RIDES: A HANDBOOK FOR DEVELOPING RURAL TRANSPORT OPTIONS (UPDATED REPRINTED SEPT. 1989. )