Advertisement

Mapping Populations

  • Franco Pedrotti
Chapter
Part of the Geobotany Studies book series (GEOBOT)

Abstract

A plant population is the set of the individuals (organisms, phytoindividuals) of the same species that live in a given place at a given moment and interact with each other. A mapping of individuals coincides in part with that of populations, but it is still preferable to keep the two types (phytoindividuals and populations) distinct because they have different meanings and purposes, and because the methodologies used may be different.

Keywords

Woody Species Vegetation Structure Herbaceous Species Topographic Position Horizontal Structure 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. Avolio S, Ciancio O (1985) I giganti della Sila. Ann Ist Sper Selv Arezzo XVI:373–421Google Scholar
  2. Biondi F, Pedrotti F, Tomasi G (1981) Relitti di antiche foreste sul fondo di alcuni laghi del Trentino. St Trent Sc Nat 58:93–117Google Scholar
  3. Campetella G, Canullo R, Angelini G (2002) Lo stato delle querce camporili in un territorio del bacino del fiume Chienti (Macerata). Monti e Boschi 5:4–11Google Scholar
  4. Canullo R (1991a) The map of vegetation structure of a coppice wood in the nature reserve of the Fiastra Abbey (Central Italy). Phytocoenosis (Suppl Cart Geobot) 2:195–198Google Scholar
  5. Canullo R (1991b) Vegetation structure and regeneration process in a mixed deciduous coppice in the Central Apennines (Italy). Phytocoenosis (Suppl Cart Geobot) 2:199–207Google Scholar
  6. Canullo R (1993a) L’évolution de la végétation vers la forêt: études des populations. Coll Phytosoc XX:121–140Google Scholar
  7. Canullo R (1993b) Lo studio popolazionistico degli arbusteti nelle successioni secondarie: concezioni, esempi ed ipotesi di lavoro. Ann Bot 51(suppl 10):379–394Google Scholar
  8. Canullo R, Campetella D (2010) Dinamica, struttura e diversità funzionale delle comunità vegetali. In: Pedrotti F (ed) La Riserva Naturale di Torricchio 1970–2010. TEMI, Trento, pp 265–285Google Scholar
  9. Canullo R, Falińska K (2003) Ecologia vegetale. Liguori, NaplesGoogle Scholar
  10. Canullo R, Tavolini A (1999) Population spatial dynamics of Anemone nemorosa in the Białowieza clearing (PL): a cartographic approach. Phytocoenosis 11 (N.S.), (Suppl Cartogr Geobot 11):213–224Google Scholar
  11. Elzinga CL, Valzer DW, Willoughby JW (1998) Measuring and monitoring plant populations. U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management National Applied Resource Sciences Center, DenverGoogle Scholar
  12. Falińska K (1984) Problemi di demografia nelle piante. Info Bot Ital 16(1):19–37Google Scholar
  13. Falińska K (1993) The influence of disturbances in foreste communities upon the spatial organisation of Cyclamen hederifolium populations on the promontorio del Gargano (Italy). Fragm Flor Geobot 2(2):681–698Google Scholar
  14. Falińska K (1998) Plant population biology and vegetation processes. W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, KrakòwGoogle Scholar
  15. Falińska K (1999) Space patterns of plant populations on the San Domino island (Tremiti, S-Italy). Phytocoenosis II (N.S.), (Suppl Cart Geobot 11):231–236Google Scholar
  16. Falińska K (2002) Przewodnik do badan biologii populacii roslin. PWN, WarsawGoogle Scholar
  17. Falińska K (2003) Alternative pathways of succession: species turnover patterns in meadows abandoned for 30 years. Phytocoenosis Archiv Geobot 9:1–104Google Scholar
  18. Gafta D, Canullo R (1992) The role of Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertner in the secondary succession on wet meadows in the Piné high plain (North Italy). Studia Geobotanica 12:105–120Google Scholar
  19. Gomez C, Dessert F, Hamon P, Hamon S, de Kochko A, Poncet V (2009) Current genetic differentiation of Coffea canephora Pierre ex A. Froehn in the Guineo-Congolian Afrian zone: cumulative impact of ancient climatic changes and recent human activities. Evol Biol 9:1–167CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Isachenko TI, Lavrenko EM (1979) Karta rastitelnosti URSS. Akad. Nauk. U.R.S.S, MoscowGoogle Scholar
  21. Kondō H, Sakai A (2011) Distribution of tree species in relation to the micro-topography in riparian area, sub-alpine zone, central Japan. In: 54th symposium of the international association for vegetation science, 20–24 June 2011, Abstracts. Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, p 187Google Scholar
  22. Liberman CM, Gafta D, Pedrotti F (1997) Estructura de la poblaciòn de Polylepis tarapacana en el Nevado Sajama, Bolivia. In: Liberman CM, Baied C (eds) Desarrollo sostenible de ecosistemas de montana: Manejo de areas fragiles en los Andes. The United Nations University, La Paz, pp 59–70Google Scholar
  23. Marchesoni V (1954) Il Lago di Molveno e la foresta riaffiorata in seguito allo svaso. St Trent Sc Nat 31:9–24Google Scholar
  24. Morandini R (1969) Abies nebrodensis (Lojac.) Mattei. Inventario 1968. Pubbl Ist Sper Selvicolt Arezzo 18:1–93Google Scholar
  25. Morandini R, Ducci F, Menguzzato G (1994) Abies nebrodensis (Lojac.) Mattei. Inventario 1992. Ann Ist Sper Selvicolt Arezzo 22:5–51Google Scholar
  26. Poli E, Maugeri G, D’Urso A (1974) La Celtis tournefortii Lam. sull’Etna. Arch Bot Biogeogr Ital XX(1–2):27–50Google Scholar
  27. Virgilio F, Schicchi R, La Mela Vaca DS (2000) Aggiornamento dell’inventario della popolazione relitta di Abies nebrodensis (Lojac.) Mattei. Naturalista Sicil 24(1–2):13–54Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  • Franco Pedrotti
    • 1
  1. 1.University of CamerinoCamerinoItaly

Personalised recommendations