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Clonal strategies of a woody weed: Melia azedarach

, : Clonal strategies of a woody weed: Melia azedarach. Plant and Soil 217(1/2): 111-117

Melia azedarach L., a weedy tree that typically reproduces by seeds, may exhibit clonal growth following disturbance (e.g. fire, herbivory, animal injury). A dynamic and holistic study was carried out in order to determine the architecture and the vegetative growth strategies, in plants collected from undisturbed and disturbed areas in the 'El Palmar' National Park in Argentina.


DOI: 10.1023/a:1004724425697

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