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Survival of Sprouting Shrubs Following Summer Fire: Effects of Morphological and Spatial Characteristics
Author(s): E. C. Dacy and T. E. Fulbright
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Rangeland Ecology & Management
Article Topic(s): Disturbance
Research Setting(s): Forest
Species Referenced: Vachellia farnesiana (Huisache),
AbstractThe effect of fire on plant survival, resprouting and plant height was studied in 3 shrub species (Condalia hookeri, Acacia farnesiana and Celtis ehrenbergiana). Significant mortality was only detected in Condalia hookeri compared to control plots.
Suggested CitationE. C. Dacy and T. E. Fulbright. "Survival of Sprouting Shrubs Following Summer Fire: Effects of Morphological and Spatial Characteristics." Rangeland Ecology & Management 62.2 (2009): 179-185.