Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by T. Kira, Y. Ono and T. Hosokawa.|
|Series||JIBP synthesis ; v. 18|
|Contributions||Kira, Tatsuo, 1919-, Ono, Yuichi, 1934-, Hosokawa, Takahide.|
|LC Classifications||QH188 .B56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 288 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||78670165|
Kusumoto T () Photosynthesis and respiration of leaves of main component species. In: Kira T, Ono Y, Hosokawa T (eds) Biological production in a warm-temperate evergreen oak forest of Japan. JIBP Synth, Tokyo –98 Google ScholarCited by: Page - Biological Production in a Warm-Temperate Evergreen Oak Forest of Japan. JIBP Synthesis, vol. JIBP Synthesis, vol. Appears in 13 books from The threshold value showed the critical condition that annual respiration of woody organs of a tree consumed nearly all surplus production. On the basis of the pipe model, an ideal maximum tree height was considered with the ratio, and was estimated at m and 70 m in a tropical rainforest and a warm-temperate forest, by: 9. Dynamic features of shoot phenology including leaf emergence and leaf fall, and leaf life span for eleven evergreen broad-leaved tree species were investigated in a warm-temperate rain forest in Mount Kiyosumi, central Japan. All species had periodic leaf emergence or flushing pattern, and were classified into two types; single and multiple flush and only one species, Eurya japonica, Cited by:
1. Introduction. Lucidophyllous (evergreen broad-leaved) forests are distributed widely in the subtropical and warm-temperate regions of East Asia [ 1 ]. Lucidophyllous forests are mainly dominated by evergreen species of Fagaceae, Lauraceae, Theaceae, Magnoliaceae, and Hamamelidaceae; beyond that, Castanopsis cuspidata is one of the typical dominant species from Cited by: 3. The process and rate of revegetation in gaps in an evergreen oak forest were studied by comparing the species composition, tree density, frequency distribution of tree height, and relation between diameter at breast height and tree height among different aged stands. For estimating stand ages, the ages of gap indicators, such as,Symplocos prunifolia andAcer rufinerve, were very by: T Kira, K YabukiPrimary production rates in the Minamata Forest T Kira, Y Ono, T Hosokawa (Eds.), Biological production in a warm–temperate evergreen oak forest of Japan, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo (), pp. Cited by: Download Citation | On Jul 1, , 良俊 达 and others published 中国东部木荷-米槠林的生物量和地上净初级 生产力 | Find, read and cite all the.
T. Kira, Y. Ono, T. Hosokawa (Eds.), Biological Production in a Warm Temperate e Evergreen Oak Forest of Japan, JIBPY Synthesis, 18, Univ. of Tokyo Press, Tokyo (), pp. Google Scholar Kucera and Kirkham, Cited by: Biological Production in a Warm-Temperate Evergreen Oak Forest of Japan: JIBP Synthesis ; – Elias M, Potvin C. Assessing inter- and intra-specific variation in trunk carbon concentration for 32 neotropical tree by: 5. Changing precipitation patterns could affect soil carbon (C) cycling in China’s forests. A throughfall reduction (TFR) experiment was conducted in a warm-temperate oak forest Cited by: 5. Analysis of the feeding ecology of earthworms (Megascolecidae) Hosokawa, T. (Eds.), Biological Production in Warm-temperate Evergreen Oak Forest of Japan. Japanese International Biological Programme Synthesis, vol. University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, pp. – Cited by: