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Phytosociological study of Anogeissus pendula type forests of Bundelkhand Region II

Journal of Tree Sciences 2(1/2): 58-62

Phytosociological study of Anogeissus pendula type forests of Bundelkhand Region II

Data are tabulated on the density (stems/ha), b.a. and importance values of species examined during quadrat analysis of 2 forests in the region, one in Jhansi District, Uttar Pradesh and the other in Tikamgarh District, Madhya Pradesh. Separate data are given for the plateau, slopes and lower areas of each forest (in both cases an alt. difference of 50 m). The climate of the forests was similar ( semi-arid, with 3 distinct seasons) as was their vegetation.

Accession: 001429730

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