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A study of the ecology of Yang-cao (Leymus chinensis) grassland in northern China



A study of the ecology of Yang-cao (Leymus chinensis) grassland in northern China



Proceedings of the XIV International Grassland Congress, held at Lexington, Kentucky, USA, June 15-24, 1981 [Smith, JA; Hays, VW Editors]: 429-431



L. chinensis grasslands are distributed over the USSR, Mongolia and China. Three ecological characteristics of this grassland are presented. The canopy is diagrammed, showing the structure of the grasslands, the unassimilative:assimilative and underground:aboveground biomass ratios and the life form spectrum of the plants. The aboveground net primary productivity and its relationship with the quantity of rainfall was calculated to indicate water use efficiency of the L. chinensis grassland.

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