Despite great differences in architecture and supporting tissue, monospecific stands of single-stemmed plants ranging in size from a moss to a tree follow a simple rule relating shoot dry weight and standing crop to density. We describe here an equation for this relationship which remains true for almost any fully occupied plant stand dominated by a single species.
|Number of pages||3|
|State||Published - 1979|
- Stand density, above-ground biomass, and shoot size in pure stands of plants