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Derived hornbeam stands from the primary hornbeam/oak forests of the Dnieper uplands

, : Derived hornbeam stands from the primary hornbeam/oak forests of the Dnieper uplands. Lesovedenie ( 4): 10-14

Investigations were made of the native hornbeam/oak forests (Carpinus betulus/Quercus robur) of the Kiev, Cherkassy, Kirovgrad and Odessa regions of the Ukraine, which form the eastern extremity of the European hornbeam/oak forest type. Various derived types of coppice origin are formed after felling of the primary forests. In the northern part of the region C. betulus expands by vegetative reproduction after fellings and forms (pure) hornbeam forests.

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