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In the description and analysis of plant communities, a measure of the distribution pattern and organization of a species. The Zurich–Montpellier phytosociological scheme uses a 5-point sociability scale: sociability (1) growing once in a place, singly; (2) grouped or tufted; (3) in troops, small patches, or cushions; (4) in small colonies, extensive patches, or forming carpets; and (5) in great crowds, or pure populations.

(1) growing once in a place, singly; (2) grouped or tufted; (3) in troops, small patches, or cushions; (4) in small colonies, extensive patches, or forming carpets; and (5) in great crowds, or pure populations.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation — Plant Sciences and Forestry.


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