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Bothriochloa insculpta

Taxonomy: Life > Plantae > Magnoliophyta > Liliopsida > Poales > Poaceae      Authority : None      TPL version : None

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Traits

Growth Type : Herbaceous perennial
Reproductive Repetition :
Dicot/Monocot : Monocot
Angio/Gymnosperm : Angiosperm
Growth Form Raunkiaer : Chamaephyte
Invasive (GISD Status) : False


Population Name: Heavily grazed 5 matrices 1985 - 1989 ZAF, Africa

Ecoregion : Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands Location: -24.6333, 31.4 Altitude: 689.0m Within site replication : 0.81 ha; 0.64 ha

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  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.41 0.15 0.56 0.44;0.6 0.8 0.38 0;0 0.1 0.25 0;0 0 0 0.75]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.535 0.61 0.64 0.875;0.33 0.52 0.3825 0.2425;0.01 0.0975 0.105 0;0 0.045 0.1925 0.37]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.64 1.01 0.7 2;0.19 0.42 0.5 0.11;0.04 0.17 0.17 0;0 0.04 0.17 0.44]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.61 0.93 0.52 1.06;0.35 0.36 0.4 0.86;0 0.07 0 0;0 0.14 0.6 0.29]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.48 0.35 0.78 0;0.18 0.5 0.25 0;0 0.05 0 0;0 0 0 0]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • Population Name: Lightly grazed 5 matrices 1985 - 1989 ZAF, Africa

    Ecoregion : Tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas and shrublands Location: -24.6333, 31.4 Altitude: 689.0m Within site replication : 0.81 ha; 0.64 ha

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  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.56 0.38 0.27 0.23;0.5 0.44 0.22 0.1;0 0.22 0.67 0.1;0 0 0 0.8]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.6225 0.5725 0.41 0.735;0.265 0.4775 0.1825 0.2475;0.02 0.2125 0.4175 0.1375;0 0.0725 0.315 0.615]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.63 0.22 0.47 0.78;0.24 0.61 0.17 0.31;0.04 0.22 0.25 0.31;0 0.06 0.67 0.38]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.67 0.72 0.77 0.77;0.25 0.48 0.17 0.15;0.04 0.22 0.42 0;0 0.17 0.42 0.85]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • |Tuft circumference 1-6 cm|Tuft circumference 7-13 cm|Tuft circumference 14-17 cm|Tuft circumference > 17 cm|
    [0.63 0.97 0.13 1.16;0.07 0.38 0.17 0.43;0 0.19 0.33 0.14;0 0.06 0.17 0.43]

    Observations: Control = Light grazing / Treatment = Heavy grazing; survival higher than 1 in some columns is currently unexplainable maybe some auf the large to smallest transitions are reproductive but it's not clear values are exact from the paper appendix Periodicity Extra: 1 Treatment info: Grazing

  • Publications:

    O'Connor (1993). "None" in J Appl Ecol None, None.

    Purposes : Abiotic Impacts;

    Additional sources: O'Connor and Pickett J Appl Ecol 1992 (find paper); "O'Connor TG 1994 Composition and population responses of an African savanna grassland to rainfall and grazing. J Applied Ecology 31; 155-171

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