alexa Abstract | Adaptive Morpho-physiological Traits of Woody Plants for Co-existence in a Forest Ecosystem
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The paper put forward few hypothetical concepts for co-existence and adaptation of woody plant species in a Tamaulipan thorn scrub, Northeastern Mexico. The hypotheses have been put forwarded on the basis of our results on various morphological, anatomical and eco-physiological traits of a Tamaulipan thorn scrub, North-eastern Mexican. Few future research lines are suggested to confirm the hypothesis.

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Author(s): Maiti R, Rodriguez HG, Kumari A


Woody plants, Co-existence, Adaptation, Morphological, Anatomical, Eco-physiological traits, Ecological Succession, Forest Ecology, Forest Service

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