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Revisió sintaxonòmica dels prats oromediterranis de l'ordre Ononidetalia Striatae Br.-BI. 1947

@inproceedings{Valls2003RevisiSD,
  title={Revisi{\'o} sintaxon{\`o}mica dels prats oromediterranis de l'ordre Ononidetalia Striatae Br.-BI. 1947},
  author={Antoni Rodrigo Valls},
  year={2003}
}
Presentem una revisio sintaxonomica de l�ordre Ononidetalia striatae Br.-Bl. 1947 a nivell de les categories d�ordre, alianca i subalianca. L�estudi s�ha realitzat a partir d�un buidatge bibliografic de les comunitats tradicionalment incloses a l�ordre Ononidetalia striatae i a d�altres sintaxons floristicament proxims. Les unitats de base de l�estudi son les columnes resum obtingudes a partir de taules d�inventaris de sintaxons amb rang de subassociacio o associacio. Amb aquestes columnes… 

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