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Journal of Vegetation Science logo The Journal of Vegetation Science publishes original articles, short notes and review articles in the field of vegetation science, both methodological and theoretical studies, and descriptive and experimental studies of plant communities and plant populations. The Journal is the Official Organ of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS).

Publisher: Opulus Press on behalf of International Association of Vegetation Science

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Volume 17, Number 3, June 2006

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Soil heterogeneity and community composition jointly influence grassland biomass
pp. 261-270(10)
Authors: Maestre, Fernando T.; Bradford, Mark A.; Reynolds, James F.

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Structure of biological soil crust communities in Callitris glaucophylla woodlands of New South Wales, Australia
pp. 271-280(10)
Authors: Thompson, Wendy A.; Eldridge, David J.; Bonser, Stephen P.

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Variation in tree growth, mortality and recruitment among topographic positions in a warm temperate forest
pp. 281-290(10)
Authors: Tsujino, Riyou; Takafumi, Hino; Agetsuma, Naoki; Yumoto, Takakazu

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The significance of spatial and temporal patterns of algal mat deposition in structuring salt marsh vegetation
pp. 291-298(8)
Authors: van Hulzen, J.B.; van Soelen, J.; Herman, P.M.J; Bouma, T.J.

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Effects of sampling time, species richness and observer on the exhaustiveness of plant censuses
pp. 299-306(8)
Authors: Archaux, Frédéric; Gosselin, Frédéric; Bergès, Laurent; Chevalier, Richard

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Within-year variation in the vegetative spread of five temperate grasses
pp. 315-322(8)
Authors: Barthram, G.T.; Elston, D.A.; Griffiths, J.H.; Bolton, G.R.; Wright, G.

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Ecosystem changes associated with grazing in subhumid South American grasslands
pp. 323-332(10)
Authors: Altesor, A.; Piñeiro, G.; Lezama, F.; Jackson, R.B.; Sarasola, M.; Paruelo, J.M.

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Tornado damage of Quercus stellata and Quercus marilandica in the Cross Timbers, Oklahoma, USA
pp. 347-352(6)
Authors: Shirakura, Fumiko; Sasaki, Kiyoshi; Arévalo, José Ramón; Palmer, Michael W.

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Effects of seed predation by ants on Mediterranean grassland related to seed size
pp. 353-360(8)
Authors: Azcárate, Francisco M.; Peco, Begoña

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Association of ecotones with relative elevation and fire in an upland Florida landscape
pp. 361-368(8)
Authors: Boughton, E.A.; Quintana-Ascencio, P.F.; Menges, E.S.; Boughton, R.K.

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Indirect facilitation and competition in tree species colonization of sub-Mediterranean grasslands
pp. 379-388(10)
Authors: Kunstler, Georges; Curt, Thomas; Bouchaud, Monique; Lepart, Jacques

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Plant characteristics are poor predictors of microsite colonization during the first two years of primary succession
pp. 397-406(10)
Authors: Walker, Lawrence R.; Bellingham, Peter J.; Peltzer, Duane A.

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