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Groundlayer vegetation gradients across oak woodland canopy gaps
Author(s): N. B. Pavlovic, R. Grundel and W. Sluis
Journal: Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society
Article Topic(s): Community level survey, Disturbance
Research Setting(s): Forest
Species Referenced: Tradescantia ohiensis (Ohio spiderwort),
AbstractExamines effects of woodland canopy gaps on the frequency of groundlayer plants in northwest Indiana. Tradescantia ohiensis decreased in frequency from canopy to gap, while Sorghastrum nutans was three times more frequent in gaps at large sites than elsewhere.
Suggested CitationN. B. Pavlovic, R. Grundel and W. Sluis. "Groundlayer vegetation gradients across oak woodland canopy gaps." Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 133.2 (2006): 225-239.