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Assessment of the age structure of swards



Assessment of the age structure of swards



Metody studia travinnych ekosystemu: 45-51



Classifications of the stages in the life cycle of a plant are compared and examples of the classification of T.A. Rabotnov for Polygonum bistorta, Nardus stricta and Deschampsia cespitosa are given.

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