Canopy seed bank structure in relation to: fire, tree size and density

@article{Goubitz2004CanopySB,
  title={Canopy seed bank structure in relation to: fire, tree size and density},
  author={Shirrinka Goubitz and Ran Nathan and R. Roitemberg and Avi Shmida and Gidi Ne’eman},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={173},
  pages={191-201}
}
To assess the canopy seed bank structure of Pinus halepensis, we measured the level of serotiny and the seed bank size and density of trees in unburned stands and post-fire regenerated stands in Israel. We analysed the effects of tree size, tree density and fire history on the level of serotiny. The level of serotiny decreased with an increase in tree height. The high level of serotiny in short trees could be explained by selection to increase regeneration chances after burning at pre-mature… CONTINUE READING
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