Distribution ofUrtica dioica L. andRubus fruticosus L. (+agg.) in relation to edaphic factors in cultivated poplar woods
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Urtica dioica L. andRubus fruticosus L. (+agg.) are widely distributed in Belgian cultivated poplar woods. Using adjusted standardized residuals as an objective measure of preference of a species for ecoparameters, it seems possible to describe the distribution betweenUrtica andRubus as coincidental as regards ecological considerations. Both plant species behave obviously as antagonists.
Key wordsAcidity Adjusted standardized residual Calcium Inorganic phosphates Magnesium Organic-matter Populus Potassium Rubus Urtica
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