3 edition of Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao found in the catalog.
Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao
Martin C. Kellman
Bibliography: p. 171-174.
|Statement||[by] M. C. Kellman.|
|Series||Research School of Pacific Studies. Dept. of Biogeography & Geomorphology. Publication, BG/2(1970), Publication (Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Dept. of Biogeography and Geomorphology) ;, BG/2.|
|LC Classifications||QK368 .K44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 174 p.|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||74129442|
more attention in tropical montane cloud forests (TMCF), since secondary succession is common owing to episodic disturbances. We studied annual seed rain in 10 nearby forest stands, % 7 to ^ y following shifting agriculture, and one primary forest stand in southern Mexico to test the hypothesis that seed rain is limited at the scale of. Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao by Martin C. Kellman Pages, Published by Australian National University ISBN , ISBN: T.H. White and the Matter of Britain A Literary Overview (Studies in the Historical Novel, Vol 2) by Martin Kellman Hardcover, Pages, Published by.
The primary forest vegetation and the secondary plant communities in Xishuangbanna, an important region for the conservation of biodiversity in China, are discussed with comments and suggestions for nature conservation. tropical montane rainforest, monsoon forest on river banks, monsoon forest over limestone and south-subtropical evergreen Cited by: Functions of Ecosystem Ecological succession or ecosystem development Homeostasis (or cybernetic) or feedback control mechanisms Energy flow through the food chain (next post) Nutrient cycling (biogeochemical cycles) (next post) Ecological Succession The process by which communities of plant and animal species in an area are replaced or changed into another over a period of time is .
THE SECONDARY SUCCESSION IN THE TROPICAL RAIN FOREST By P. W. RICHARDS, Sc.D. Professor of Botany, University College of North Wales, Bangor One of the most urgent problems of tropical ecology is the investiga-tion of the secondary succession, that is, to study the cause, duration and ultimate end of the vegetational changes initiated by. Wilhelm plants, and a generic index. Large groups in the flora are naturally Cyperaceae, Gramineae, Orchidaceae, Com-positae, Ericaceae and ferns, also Rosaceae and Rubiaceae. The beautiful photographs were provided by Mr. Womersley. Kellman,M.C.: Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao. Research School of Pacific Studies; Dept.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kellman, Martin C. Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao. Canberra, Australian National University, Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao.
Canberra: Australian National University. MLA Citation. Kellman, Martin C. Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao [by] M. Kellman Australian National University Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation. Secondary succession is thus associated with considerable shifts in vegetation structure, species composition, and plant functional traits: Pioneer species are usually fast‐growing, light‐demanding plants with short‐lived leaves that recruit from a limited number of lineages, later replaced by slow‐growing shade‐resistant mature forest trees in a locally predictable chronological Cited by: 1.
The development of second‐growth forest after abandonment of agricultural fields in tropical montane cloud forest (TMCF) areas is common in southern Mexico, but little is known about how such changes affect soil properties.
Home» ANU Research» ANU Scholarly Output» ANU Pacific Institute» Secondary plant succession in tropical Montane Mindanao The system will be down for maintenance between am and am on Tuesday, 19 May Cited by: Chapter 7 (Page no: ) Secondary succession under a slash-and-burn regime in a tropical montane cloud forest: soil and vegetation characteristics.
Tropical montane cloud forest (TMCF) areas in southern Mexico are commonly used for growing maize and. Plant functional traits respond to changes in soil properties in the secondary succession of tropical montane cloud forest.
Leaf functional traits such as leaf density, C, C:P and N:P decrease. The development of second‐growth forest after abandonment of agricultural fields in tropical montane cloud forest Soil Changes During Secondary Succession in a Tropical Montane Cloud Forest Area.
Angélica Bautista-Cruz Mexico. All studied soils were acidic, rich in organic C and total nitrogen (TN), and had low levels of plant.
Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao. Australian National University, Department of Biogeography and Geomorphology, Canberra, Publ.
BG/2, by: Gomez-Pompa and Vasquez-Yanes () and Chazdon et al. () studied secondary succession that occurs in the tropics; however their findings were based on work on old fields or in lowland tropical forests. Other forest types such as volcanic tropical montane forest have received little attention (Tsuyuzaki & HaseWhittaker et al.
Furthermore, it is increasingly acknowledged that. Secondary Succession Mesic Site Altitudinal Belt Montane Rain Forest Tropical Montane Cloud Forest These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: Secondary succession has surprisingly low impact on arboreal ant communities in tropical montane rainforest Article (PDF Available) in Ecosphere 10(8) August with Reads.
Havel, J. The deflection of secondary succession on cleared mid-mountain rainforest sites by plantation tendings, p. – Secondary plant succession in tropical montane Mindanao.
Dept. Biogeogr. Geomorph. Publ. BG/2 Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on Cited by: 6.
The process of secondary plant succession (SS) represents a long-term directional change in the floristic composition of a community after disturbance (Chazdon, ). It implies that abiotic factors, solar radiation, temperature, humidity, and soil nutrients, among many others, change over time (Guariguata and Ostertag, ).Author: Guadalupe Hernández-Vargas, Yareni Perroni, Juan Carlos López-Acosta, Juan Carlos Noa-Carrazana, Láz.
Plant functional traits respond to changes in soil properties in the secondary succession of tropical montane cloud forest. Leaf functional traits such as leaf density, C, C:P and N:P decrease Author: Guadalupe Hernández‐Vargas, Lázaro R.
Sánchez‐Velásquez, Juan C. López‐Acosta, Juan C. Noa‐Carrazana. Dominance of native earthworms in secondary tropical forests derived from slash-and-burn Mayan agricultural practices (Yucatán, Mexico) Applied Soil Ecology Spatial Patchiness of Litter, Nutrients and Macroinvertebrates during Secondary Succession in a Tropical Montane Cloud Forest in Mexico Plant and Soil Changes in seed rain during secondary succession in a tropical montane cloud forest region in Oaxaca, Mexico R.
del Castillo1 and M. Perez R´ ´ıos CIIDIR-Oaxaca,Instituto Politecnico Nacional, HornosXoxocotlan, OaxacaM´ exico´ (Accepted 17 May ). Aggregating diverse plant species into a few functional groups based on functional traits provides new insights for promoting landscape planning and conserving biodiversity in species-diverse regions.
Ecophysiological traits are the basis of the functioning of an ecosystem. However, studies related to the identification of functional groups based on plant ecophysiological traits in tropical Author: Kexin Fan, Jing Tao, Lipeng Zang, Jie Yao, Jihong Huang, Xinghui Lu, Yi Ding, Yue Xu, Runguo Zang.
Plant-soil feedbacks (PSF), by which soil-borne fungi and their plant hosts reciprocally affect each other’s presence and performance, have been shown to drive the generation and maintenance of tropical tree diversity.
However, the impact of PSF on the rate and direction of species turnover during secondary succession remains unclear. Archaeological survey in southeastern Mindanao / Wilhelm G. Solheim II, Avelino M.
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