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Undergrowth vegetation niche in scenic-recreational forest communities of Platycladus orientalis and Robinia pseudoacacia in Beijing suburb



Undergrowth vegetation niche in scenic-recreational forest communities of Platycladus orientalis and Robinia pseudoacacia in Beijing suburb



Zhongguo Shengtai Nongye Xuebao / Chinese Journal of Eco Agriculture 15(4): 13-17



Niche breadth, niche similarity proportion and niche overlap of 23 undergrowth populations of Platycladus orientalis and Robinia pseudoacacia community were analysed. Results show that niche breadthes of Oplismenus undulatifolius, Vitex negundo, Grewia biloba and Carex duriuscula are relatively wider than those of the other species, while regenerated seedlings of Platycladus orientalis and Robinia pseudoacacia own narrower niche breadth.

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