Diversity of flowering and fruiting phenology of trees in a tropical deciduous forest in India.

  title={Diversity of flowering and fruiting phenology of trees in a tropical deciduous forest in India.},
  author={Kanhaiya Singh and Chandra Prakash Kushwaha},
  journal={Annals of botany},
  volume={97 2},
BACKGROUND AND AIMS In the dry tropics, vegetative phenology varies widely with tree characteristics and soil conditions. The present work aims to document the phenological diversity of flowering and fruiting with reference to leafing events in Indian dry-tropical tree species. METHODS Nine tree species, including one leaf-exchanging and eight deciduous showing varying leafless periods, were studied. Monthly counts of leaves, flowers and fruits were made on 160 tagged twigs on ten individuals… CONTINUE READING
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