herb layer

herb layer

n
(Biology) See layer2
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The recovery of herb layer in landslides and source populations in undisturbed areas played important roles in promoting the recovery of non-volant small mammal communities in landslides.
Plot size of 10x10m was used for tree layer, 4x4m for woody undergrowth up to 3m in height and 1x1m for herb layer (Schemnitz, 1980).
In an oak woodland, for example, there are different levels: an upper canopy, often a middle canopy of medium-sized trees and saplings; a shrub layer, a herb layer, and then bulbs and corms at the bottom.
Pteridophytes have been found to be dominant in the herb layer of both neotropical and paleotropical forests (Poulsen & Nielsen 1995, Poulsen & Pendry 1995).
During the process, it is important to regulate the parameters such as temperature and relative humidity of the air blown into the medicinal herb layer in order to minimize energy expenditure for ensuring the necessary moisture of dry medicinal herbs and to restrict the evaporation of essential oils.
On the coast of North Carolina, the Green Swamp region is the country's finest example of longleaf pine savannas with a diverse herb layer, many orchids and insectivorous plants.
The herb layer had a predominance of Polygonum virginianum (5.
At this range it is impossible to apply an even coating of sauce or herbs around loose frozen products because they can stick together when the warmer sauce or herb layer is added.
Primary components of the herb layer ([approximately]0-25 cm above ground) were grasses, sedges, blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.
One member of each pair had a more diverse herb layer prior to the eruption than did the other member; at both herb-rich sites, snowpack was prevalent on 18 May while it was sparse at the herb-poor sites (Table 1).