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Survivorship and growth of akagi (Bischofia javanica B1) seedlings under the forest canopy and different temperature conditions

Survivorship and growth of akagi (Bischofia javanica B1) seedlings under the forest canopy and different temperature conditions

Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Ibaraki ( 370): 1-19

Studies were made of akagi (Bischofia javanica) plant ecology and invasion in the Bonin Islands, Japan. Akagi was introduced from India for afforestation in the islands, and has invaded canopy gaps on good soil condition in native tree communities. Survival of native species is seriously influenced by this plant invasion. Planting of akagi was limited until about twenty years ago.

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