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Annual classification of beech seedlings fagus sylvatica l in an even aged 18 year old and natural beech regeneration

Annual classification of beech seedlings fagus sylvatica l in an even aged 18 year old and natural beech regeneration

Annales des Sciences Forestieres 49(2): 133-147

In an even-aged 18-year-old natural beech regeneration, the height growth of young plants has been analysed on the main stem under 3 daylight intensities; full-light, half-light and shade. The structure showed 3, 2 and 1 layer(s) respectively under these light conditions. The annual classification of seedlings according to their total height over an 18-year period was found to be influenced by light conditions and vigour at 18 years old, but not by the structure of the regeneration.

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