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The life history of Carex cespitosa: Consequences for population dynamics and vegetation succession: V. The life history and role of a C. cespitosa population in the process of succession on abandoned meadows: General discussion



The life history of Carex cespitosa: Consequences for population dynamics and vegetation succession: V. The life history and role of a C. cespitosa population in the process of succession on abandoned meadows: General discussion



Polish Botanical Studies 14: 53-60



Carex cespitosa population growing under different conditions display differences in structure, which involve almost all their characteristic features. Because of different properties of populations growing in different situations, their role in succession varies. The colonisation success and role of C. cespitosa population in succession is attributable to its life strategy: type of growth, manner of growth, the strong vitality of rhizomes and roots, high individual reproductivity.

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