A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SHOOT PHENOLOGY AND DOMINANCE IN HERBACEOUS VEGETATION

@article{AlMufti1977AQA,
  title={A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SHOOT PHENOLOGY AND DOMINANCE IN HERBACEOUS VEGETATION},
  author={M. M. Al-Mufti and C. Sydes and S. Furness and J. P. Grime and S. R. Band},
  journal={Journal of Ecology},
  year={1977},
  volume={65},
  pages={759}
}
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 examined comprised tall herb, woodland floor and grassland communities. At each site the living fraction in 4-10 replicated 0 25 m2 quadrats was separated into its components, and graphs were plotted showing the shoot phenology of the more common species. (2) At the sites in which herbaceous… Expand
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