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Zhu Hua

Published by China Press (2000)

ISBN 10: 7541611174 ISBN 13: 9787541611179

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From: Anybook Ltd. (Lincoln, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: China Press, 2000. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Seller Inventory # 5662028

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Zhu Hua

Published by Yunnan Science & Technology Press (2002)

ISBN 10: 7541611174 ISBN 13: 9787541611179

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About this Item: Yunnan Science & Technology Press, 2002. Soft cover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Language :English ; 1st Edition;67 pages +20 plates The forests on limestone in southern Yunnan, tropical southwest China, were inventoried and plotted. Three main vegetation types and pertaining to six formations, as well as nine communities, were recognized and descrbed in detail with enumeration of forest profile and species composition. Physiognomy and species area ratios were analyzed. Species diversity was discussed with Shannon-Wiener indexes for each forest formations. Floristic composition was enumerated and biogeographical affinity was discussed too. The limestone forests were characterized by phanerophytes, which make up c.78% of total species, and the leaf-size class of mesophylls, which make up 75% of total tree species. Comparison between the limestone seasonal rain forests and the ones on non-limestone reveals that the limestone seasonal rain forest has lower species diversity index value per unit area but higher community diversity tan the rain forest on non-limestone. Ecological species groups were discerned based on field observation, of which the speices exclusive to the limestone make up 10% and the preferents make up c. 12% of the total limestone flora. From these limestone forests, 1394 vascular plant species belonging to 640 genera and 153 families were recorded. Based on the study of their distributions, twelve geographic elements at the generic level and nine at the speciefic level thermore, 35% of the genera and 65% of the species have tropical asian affinities. In a comparison flora has closer affinity to tropical floras, The flora is thus tropical and part of the tropical Asian flora at its northern margin. Seller Inventory # 117582

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