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Examination of development and growth of Brachypodium silvaticum and Euphorbia cyparissias in oakwoods


, : Examination of development and growth of Brachypodium silvaticum and Euphorbia cyparissias in oakwoods. Acta Botanica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 20(1/2): 147-158

The growth of the 2 perennial species B. sylvaticum and E. cyparissias in a xerothermophilous oak association was studied in 1970-1. Being hemicryptophytes, both species survive the winter with the minimum assimilatory surface and thus are able to start assimilation early in the next growing season. Below-ground DM increased and above-ground DM decreased from July to Sept.

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