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- Allegrezza, M.; Corti, G.; Cocco, S.; Pesaresi, S.; Chirico, G.B.; Saracino, A.; Bonanomi, G.; Michalet, Richard
- Journal of vegetation science 2016 v.27 no.3 pp. 616-627
- herbaceous plants, etc ; Juniperus communis; calcium; canopy; evaporation; grasslands; habitats; hydrology; magnesium; microclimate; national parks; nurse plants; ontogeny; organic matter; plant communities; potassium; shrubs; soil fertility; soil quality; soil temperature; spring; summer; water temperature; woody plants; Italy; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... AIMS: Facilitation has been reported in a wide range of plant communities, with evidence of positive interactions between beneficiary and nurse plants shifting during their ontogenetic development. This study explored the hypothesis that shrubs of Juniperus communis subsp. nana (thereafter Juniperus) play a crucial role in the successional sequence of plant communities acting as nurse for differen ...
- Thiele, Jan; Isermann, Maike; Otte, Annette; Kollmann, Johannes
- Journal of vegetation science 2010 v.21 no.2 pp. 213-220
- herbaceous plants, etc ; Lupinus polyphyllus; Heracleum mantegazzianum; Rosa rugosa; shrubs; invasive species; plant communities; species diversity; plant competition; biological resistance; habitats; Germany; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Questions: Are negative invasion–diversity relationships due to biotic resistance of the invaded plant community or to post-invasion displacement of less competitive species? Do invasion–diversity relationships change with habitat type or resident traits? Location/species: Lowlands and uplands of western and southern Germany, Heracleum mantegazzianum; mountain range in central Germany, Lupinus pol ...