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    Interaction patterns on populations of two clonal species in restoring succession series in a degraded meadow in Northeast China

    Zhang J, YF Yang, HY Li, W Sun

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.86, pp. 163-170, 2017, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2017.86.163

    Abstract Community succession is an orderly replacement process between dominant species of such community. The mutual opulations changes of two clonal plant species, Leymus chinensis and Kalimeris integrifolia, were analyzed during a process of restoration succession in a degraded meadow in Northeast China. It was based on the methods of space-for-time substitution and continuous sampling in different mixed ratios of community sections. The results showed that the two species populations adjusted the size of ramets to ensure a relatively stable number in the mixed community. The fluctuation and instability were more obvious in the K. integrifolia than in the L. chinensisMore >

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