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Control of relative abundance of perennials in chalk grassland in southern England. II. Vertical canopy structure

, : Control of relative abundance of perennials in chalk grassland in southern England. II. Vertical canopy structure. Journal of Ecology, UK 76(2): 341-350

The vertical distribution of leaves was recorded using a point quadrat at intervals throughout 1981 and 1982 in grazed chalk grasslands in Sussex and Wiltshire; the data were analysed to describe the overtopping relationships between leaves of different species.

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DOI: 10.2307/2260597

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