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Ecological relationships between pasture species and soil factors in degraded areas of the southern submeseta



Ecological relationships between pasture species and soil factors in degraded areas of the southern submeseta



Pastos 22(1): 21-35



Plant communities, their percentage cover, proportion of bare soil and physical and chemical characteristics of soil in the upper 15 cm were studied in 80 1.0-msuperscript 2 quadrats selected from aerial photographs in 1979 of the lowland (rana) region which stretches in the southern 'submeseta' from Alto Rey to Guadalajara. The soil factors affecting distribution of 5 dominant species (Ornithopus compressus, Anthyllis lotoides, A. cornicina, Poa bulbosa and Festuca ampla) were investigated.

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