Method study of plant communities – analytical processing

Method study of plant communities – analytical processing

Stands as an integral part phytocenoses Basic and specific unit phytocenoses is the stands. That is, for example- part of the forest, homogeneous floristic composition and structure, approximately the same level of development, which could be conditionally say that is environmentally autonomous in the strict sense. It has all the essential features of forest plant communities. As fir in nature has more individual, so one […]

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Phytocoenology and the formation of plant communities

Phytocoenology and the formation of plant communities

Phytocoenology is the study of plant communities (natural units arising mutual relations of plant species and habitats in different geographic areas of the Earth in the course of historical development of vegetation). The name comes: fiton โ€“ plant; koinos โ€“ communities (Gams 1918) and meets even the name Phytosociology.

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Equisetum hiemale, Equisetum sylvaticum, Equisetum telmateia

Equisetum hiemale, Equisetum sylvaticum, Equisetum telmateia

EQUISETUM HIEMALE (Syn. : Hippochaete hiemalis) Fam. Equisetaceae Between sterile and fertile corms no difference. They are upright, simple, rarely branched in whorls, dark green to gray-green, up to 6 mm thick, have a 8-34 dull or sharp ribs. Leaf sheaths mostly closely appressed to the stem, to 15 mm long, whitish at the base and top with wide dark green ring. Strobilus brown, pointed […]

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