Some articles on plants, plant communities, plant:
... years older than the one below it and supporting a distinct association of soils, microbes, plants, and animals ... Pioneer plant communities colonized and took over the young terrace ... The succession of plant communities that repeated on each terrace eventually formed a very specific podzol known as the Blacklock series, which offers an inhospitable environment for species and ...
... Barton Hills Lowland grassland Grassland plant communities NNR King's Wood, Heath and Reach Woodland Woodland plant communities NNR Knocking Hoe Grassland Grassland ...
... The black-tailed jackrabbit occupies plant communities with a mixture of shrubs, grasses, and forbs ...
... biodiversity, with several distinct plant communities, including temperate rain forests, moist inland forests, oak forests and savannas, high elevation forests, and alpine grasslands ... One of the principal plant communities in the Klamath Mountains is Mediterranean California Lower Montane Black Oak-Conifer Forest ... The region also has several edaphic plant communities, adapted to specific soil types, notably serpentine outcrops ...
... Numerous plant communities exist in California and botanists have attempted to structure them into identifiable vegetation types groupings ... problem, and in the 2003 Natural History Guide Introduction to California Plant Life established a cohesive set of titles to identify California plant communities based on ...
Famous quotes containing the words communities and/or plant:
“... feminist solidarity rooted in a commitment to progressive politics must include a space for rigorous critique, for dissent, or we are doomed to reproduce in progressive communities the very forms of domination we seek to oppose.”
—bell hooks (b. c. 1955)
“It is not growing like a tree
In bulk, doth make man better be,
Or standing long an oak, three hundred year,
To fall a log at last, dry, bald, and sere:
A lily of a day
Is fairer far in May
Although it fall and die that night;
It was the plant and flower of light.
In small proportions we just beauties see,
And in short measures life may perfect be.”
—Ben Jonson (15721637)