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Cape plants: A conspectus of the Cape flora of South Africa

  title={Cape plants: A conspectus of the Cape flora of South Africa},
  author={Peter Goldblatt and John C. Manning},
Links between lateral riparian vegetation zones and flow
The impact of change in climate, human demography, and other social factors on the fire regime of the Kogelberg Nature Reserve
Background. Fire is a dominant ecological factor in the Fynbos Biome in the Western Cape, and changes in the fire regime have important consequences for the biodiversity conservation of the
Physiological effects of indigenous arbuscular mycorrhizal associations on the sclerophyll Agathosma betulina (Berg.) Pillans
The data showed that the initial stages of growth were characterized by a progressive increase in AM colonization, which resulted in an enhanced P-uptake in relation to non-AM plants once the symbiosis was established, and the lower P utilization cost in AM plants indicated that these plants were more efficient in acquiring P than non- AM plants.
Biogeography of Platberg, Eastern Free State, South Africa: Links with Afromontane Regions and South African Biomes
This chapter comprises a vegetation analysis of Platberg, eastern Free State, South Africa (Figure 1). Platberg is an inselberg which has high botanical diversity, with associated species richness,
Soil P availability limits legume persistence and distribution in the fynbos of the Cape Floristic Region
This research presents a probabilistic assessment of the Foliar N and P nutrition strategies used in the management of mycorrhizal infection and their effects on biomass accumulation.
'Buchu' -Agathosma betulina and Agathosma crenulata (Rutaceae): a review.
Floristic analysis of the Mountain Zebra National Park, Eastern Cape
A checklist was produced to determine the plant species richness for the enlarged Mountain Zebra National Park, with the most noteworthy being two families endemic to the Cape Floristic Region, the Penaeaceae and Grubbiaceae.