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Variations in the intensity of the influence of woodland on the composition of grassland communities



Variations in the intensity of the influence of woodland on the composition of grassland communities



Revista Pastos 9(1): 34-46



Plant samples were taken at about 1 m from the trunks, under the edge of the canopy and in the open, in woodland pastures consisting of Quercus rotundifolia, Q. pyrenaica, and Q. faginea, in pure stands or mixtures of 2 spp. 24 sites were sampled mainly in the central area of Salamanca province to study the distribution of pasture spp. as affected by trees. 302 spp. were identified. The method could typify communities in the 3 situations, especially in the open.

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