temperate deciduous forest

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Temperate Deciduous Forests

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temperate deciduous forest

Climate Change and Forest Herbs of Temperate Deciduous Forests

Ecophysiology of the Herbaceous Layer in Temperate Deciduous Forests

Annual greenhouse gas fluxes from a temperate deciduous oak forest floor

Trade-offs Between Seedling Growth and Survival in Deciduous Broadleaved Trees in a Temperate Forest

Differences in leaf phenology between juvenile and adult trees in a temperate deciduous forest

Enhancement of understory productivity by asynchronous phenology with overstory competitors in a temperate deciduous forest

Ecophysiological roles of abaxial anthocyanins in a perennial understorey herb from temperate deciduous forests

Leaf traits, litter decomposability and forest floor dynamics in an evergreen- and a deciduous-broadleaved forest in warm temperate Japan

How vertical patterns in leaf traits shift seasonally and the implications for modeling canopy photosynthesis in a temperate deciduous forest

Response of Quercus velutina growth and water use efficiency to climate variability and nitrogen fertilization in a temperate deciduous forest in the northeastern USA

Variations in transpiration rate and leaf cell turgor maintenance in saplings of deciduous broad-leaved tree species common in cool temperate forests in Japan

Oak loss increases foliar nitrogen, δ15N and growth rates of Betula lenta in a northern temperate deciduous forest

Species differences in timing of leaf fall and foliage chemistry modify nutrient resorption efficiency in deciduous temperate forest stands

Physiological basis of seasonal trend in leaf photosynthesis of five evergreen broad-leaved species in a temperate deciduous forest


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Deciduous summer forest dominated by broad-leaved hardwoods, which occurs over large tracts in the mid-latitudes of Europe, N. America, and eastern Asia, but which is restricted in the southern hemisphere to Chilean Patagonia. Much of the original forest has been cleared for cultivation and pasture.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.

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