TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYGROPHILOUS»
The term «hygrophilous» is used very little and occupies the 178.968
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYGROPHILOUS»
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The Silviculture of Indian Trees: Dilleniaccae to ...
Hygrophilous and xerophilous types. The dipterocarps of the Indo- Burman
region may be divided into two broad types : (1) the hygrophilous or sporadic
type, the species of which occur on fertile ground in moist tropical usually
Dilleniaceae to Leguminosae (Papilionaceae)
the hot season. In some cases growth continues to a small extent during the rains
, particularly in young trees and coppice-shoots, but in others it ceases entirely
before the end of the hot season. HYGROPHILOUS AND XEROPHILOUS TYPES
The Ecology of Mycobacteria: Impact on Animal's and Human's ...
During the growth period from early spring to late autumn, a new green stratum
develops on the surface, reaching a thickness of 3–5cm in moderately
hygrophilous species and 20–30cm in highly hygrophilous sphagnum species (
Optimisation of Nutrient Cycling and Soil Quality for ...
The decrease of ANPP along the gazing intensity gradient was stronger within
meso-hygrophilous communities than within mesophilous and hygrophilous
communities. Net N mineralisation rates varied significantly between vegetation ...
S. C. Jarvis, P. J. Murray, J. A. Roker, 2005
Valuation and Conservation of Biodiversity: ...
Auchenorrhyncha species were assigned to the classes by H. Nickel, Gottingen (
personal notification). The classification takes the adaptation to a certain degree
of moisture into account, thus the proportion of hygrophilous species reflects the ...
Gobero: The No-Return Frontier. Archaeology and Landscape at ...
and T amarix were the most common woody plants. Interestingly, the
hygrophilous trees Alnus and Populus were represented in the pollen rain: as
these trees do not live in the Sahara, but are part of the floras distributed in the
northern areas, ...
Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Running Waters: ...
Garonne River. Relative abundance of three hygrophilous species calculated for
the groups clustered by hierarchical analysis. Shannon- Wiener's index values (//
) for the same groups show a clear increase from terrestrial to ecotonal sites.
M. Jungwirth, S. Muhar, Stefan Schmutz, 2000
National Forest Inventories: Pathways for Common Reporting
... beech forest (Beech and Fir) beech forest Hygrophilous forest Riparian/fluvial
forest Floodplain forest (Alders dominated) Hygrophilous forest Riparian/fluvial
forest (Aspen dominated) Hygrophilous forest Riparian forest Non-riverine alder,
Erkki Tomppo, Thomas Gschwantner, Mark Lawrence, 2009
Silvopastoralism and Sustainable Land Management: ...
In the analysis of the silvopastoral systems of four beech woods we have
differentiated four habitats: dry Nardus pasture, pasture of Cynosurus cristatus,
wet Nardus pasture and hygrophilous pasture. Dry Nardus pastures were located
in the ...
M. R. Mosquera-Losada, A. Riguero-Rodriguez, J. McAdam, 2005
Global Change and Regional Impacts: Water Availability and ...
Fernandes (1990a) divides the humid and dry forest into three types, according to
the distance from the sea and the pluviometric regime, correlating them with a
greater or smaller degree of humidity: „hygrophilous, mesophyllous and xerophi-