Outekologiesestudievan dieAcacia karroosaailing (An autecological
study of Acacia karroo seedling).
The contribution of autecological
and genecological studies to our knowledge of the past migrations of plants.
study of Schroederia setigera in the tropical reservoir Riogrande II, Antioquia, Colombia
In view of this, it is somewhat surprising that the editors in the concluding chapter maintain that the challenges associated with developing a scientific knowledge base for adaptive management of NTFPs can be solved if only more financial resources are committed towards inventories and autecological
It covers plants and abiotic factors of the environment, a more complete autecological
perspective, system-level interactions, the transition to sustainability, and bringing about a sustainable world food system.
We present the first climate-related autecological
study for the facultatively riparian plant, Glycyrrhiza lepidota (Fabaceae; American licorice), a nitrogen (N)-fixing [C.
Chaoborus flavicans (Meigen)(Diptera, Chaoboridae), an autecological
However, it is not fully clear how far into the extracted peatlands the propagules could be carried, how much the re-vegetation is influenced by the type of the adjacent vegetated areas, and how much the germination of the arriving propagules and the survival of plants depend on the growth conditions or on autecological
differences between plant species.
There have been few paleolimnological studies using bio-indicators in remote tropical areas, in large part because of the paucity of autecological
Algal Attributes: an autecological
classification of algal taxa collected by the National Water-Quality Assessment Program.
characteristics, with emphasis on salt tolerance, intraspecific variation and isoenzyme patterns --Aquat.
montana was first classed as a successional species based on its capacity to regenerate on steep slopes where landslides were common (Beard, 1949), autecological
research in the Quebrada Sonadora watershed showed that Prestoea grew slowly, survived for long periods, adapted well to shade, and had a high moisture requirement, all suggesting that the species was adapted to closed forest (Bannister, 1970).