Sex differences in tree species in dry steppes

Lysova, N.V.; Khizhnyak, N.I.

Ekologiya 6(6): 43-49

1975


Accession: 006406755

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Abstract
Male plants were predominant among green ash (Fraxinus laceolata Borkh.) and ash-leaved maple (Acer negundo L.). They exceeded female plants in size, growth and viability. The formation of protective forest plantations from male species was recommended. Ash-leaved maple showed less fluctuations and sex differences than green ash, indicating its higher resilience under conditions of arid steppe.