Spatial pattern and competition relationship ofStellera chamaejasmeandAneurolepidium dasystachyspopulation in degraded alpine grassland

@article{Heng2013SpatialPA,
  title={Spatial pattern and competition relationship ofStellera chamaejasmeandAneurolepidium dasystachyspopulation in degraded alpine grassland},
  author={任珩 Ren Heng and 赵成章 Zhao Chengzhang},
  journal={Acta Ecologica Sinica},
  year={2013},
  volume={33},
  pages={435-442}
}
Human activities are affecting the habitat, which decrease the number of habitats and recede the quality. The biggest threat to species diversity worldwide is the loss of suitable habitat. Human activities affect species dynamics and further influence species diversity by changing habitat. Species evolvement at different types of habitat is very complex, so there is an urgency to understand species responses to human-caused habitat degradation. Spatial pattern and competition relationship are… Expand

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