megaphanerophyte

megaphanerophyte

(ˌmɛɡəˈfænərəʊˌfaɪt)
n
(Botany) botany any tree with a height over 30 metres
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In life form spectra, liana and microphanerophyte species have increased, but epiphyte, megaphanerophyte, mesophanerophyte and chamaephyte species have been reduced in fragmented forests (Zhu et al.
2 Meg Megaphanerophytes, Mes Mesophanerophytes, Mic Mierophanerophytes, N Nanophanerophytes, L Linophanerophytes, E Epiphanerophytes, S Succulent phanerophytes, Hph Hemicryptophytes, C Chamae-phytes, G Geophytes, Th Therophytes (Raunkiaer, 1934) Table 2 Leaf form, texture and size of the limestone forest at Mt.
It was followed by nanophanerophytes, Chameophytes, and megaphanerophytes having the contribution of 20.
The percentage of megaphanerophytes, nanophanerophytes, Chameophytes, hemicryptophytes and therophytes were 18.
In this community megaphanerophytes, nanophanerophytes and therophytes were 16.
33% megaphanerophytes, 20% nanophanerophytes, 40% Chameophytes and 13.
46% (Table 1), it was followed by megaphanerophytes having the contribution of 23.
In the investigated area Chameophytes were the dominant group followed by hemicryptophytes, nanophanerophytes and megaphanerophytes.
Upper tree story consists of isolated and emergent megaphanerophytes such as E.