+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Gradient analysis of the catchment vegetation of kailana in the thar desert india

, : Gradient analysis of the catchment vegetation of kailana in the thar desert india. Tropical Ecology 31(2): 104-111

Vegetation habitat studies at Kailana catchment in the Indian Thar desert revealed soil variations in GS (gentle slope) and MS (moderate slope) group of watersheds from 0 to 100 cm. The watersheds in the SS (steep slope) group were almost devoid of soil cover. Soil texture in GS group was sand to loamy sand while in MS and SS group on middle and upper slopes it was fine sand to silty clay loam and rich in organic carbon content. Euphorbia caducifolia, Grewia tenax and Baleria acanthoides were most common woody species recorded from all the watersheds. The presence of different groups in the watersheds prefering varied habitats like Aerva persica, Fagonia cretica and Justicia vahlii of hummocky habitat, and Grewia tenax, Euphorbia caducifolia and Acacia senegal of rocky habitat confirms the complexity of vegetation habitat relationship in the Kailana catchment area.


Other references

Valizadeh M.; Valdeyron G.; Kjellberg F.; Ibrahim M., 1987: Gene flow in the common fig ficus carica pollen dispersal in a dense stand. Pollen flow was observed in a group of wild growing fig trees, four females (domestic fig) and five males (caprifig). Four enzymatic loci identified by starch gel electrophoresis were used. Most pollinations occurred within this relatively dense s...

Anonymous, 2011: A novel fused 1,2,4-triazine aryl derivative as antioxidant and nonselective antagonist of adenosine A2Areceptors in ethanol-activated liver stellate cells. It has been detected that hepatic adenosine A2Areceptors play an active role in the pathogenesis of hepatic fibrosis and suggest a novel therapeutic target in the treatment and prevention of hepatic cirrhosis. In this paper we examined if our new...

Whitney Josiah Dwight, 1849: On three minerals from Arkansas, arkansite, ozarkite, and schorlomite. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 3: 96

Carney, K.K., 2012: The road to here. Journal of the California Dental Association 40(1): 5-6

Cha, E.K.; Eastham, J.A., 2016: Chemotherapy and novel therapeutics before radical prostatectomy for high-risk clinically localized prostate cancer. Although both surgery and radiation are potential curative options for men with clinically localized prostate cancer, a significant proportion of men with high-risk and locally advanced disease will demonstrate biochemical and potentially clinical...

Song, S-Won.; Lee, H-Sung.; Kim, M.Soo.; Lee, J.Mog.; Kim, J.Hee.; Nam, B-Ho.; Zo, J.Ill., 2006: Preoperative serum fibrinogen level predicts postoperative pulmonary complications after lung cancer resection. Patients undergoing pulmonary resection are thought to be at high risk for the development of postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs), and these complications may lead to serious morbidity. The purpose of this study was to identify the factor...

Pellizzaro, G.; Cesaraccio, C.; Duce, P.; Ventura, A.; Zara, P., 2007: Relationships between seasonal patterns of live fuel moisture and meteorological drought indices for Mediterranean shrubland species. Measurements of seasonal patterns of live fuel moisture content and ignitability (in terms of time to ignition) of four Mediterranean shrub species were performed in North Western Sardinia (Italy). Relationships between the two variables were eva...

Bouvet, A.; Girard, R., 1967: Function and results of a post-cure clinic for the reeducation of mental patients (111 cases). La Revue Lyonnaise de Medecine 16(16): 679-683

Kawanobe, T.; Iwamoto, M.; Kogami, K., 1987: Synthesis of ((plus or minus))-cis-c-irone and its related compounds. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry 51: 1-6

Conticello, S.; Malannino, N.; Galati, F.; Sanfilippo, S., 1978: Ultrastructural studies of the human palatine tonsil. Annali di Laringologia, Otologia, Rinologia, Faringologia 76(5-6): 521-527