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An analysis of Wisconsin forest vegetation on the basis of plant function and gross morphology



An analysis of Wisconsin forest vegetation on the basis of plant function and gross morphology



Dissert. Abstr, 25: 4, 2189-90



Trees, shrubs and herbs of 149 upland forest stands, ranging from dry Oak and dry Jack Pine communities to mesic stands dominated by Maple/Basswood and northern conifer/hardwoods, were examined for a number of structural (e.g. height, leaf size, and growth form) and functional (e.g. deciduousness, shade tolerance, method of seed dispersal, fire resistance) features.

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