GROWTH STRATEGY OF TREES RELATED TO SUCCESSIONAL STATUS I. ARCHITECTURE AND EXTENSION GROWTH

@article{Boojh1982GROWTHSO,
  title={GROWTH STRATEGY OF TREES RELATED TO SUCCESSIONAL STATUS I. ARCHITECTURE AND EXTENSION GROWTH},
  author={Ram Boojh and P. S. Ramakrishnan},
  journal={Forest Ecology and Management},
  year={1982},
  volume={4},
  pages={359-374}
}
The architecture and growth pattern of early (Alnus nepalensis and Schima khasiana) and late (Machilus kingii, Quercus dealbata and Q. griffithii) successional tree species in a sub-tropical montane, humid, evergreen forest at Upper Shillong (1900 m) in north-east India were analyzed and related to their ecological strategy for niche occupancy in the forest ecosystem. In the early successional species the architectural development pattern and growth design are geared to maximize production… Expand
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