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Nurse plant theory and its application in ecological restoration in lower subtropics of China

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Ren H., Yang L., Liu N., 2007. "Nurse plant theory and its application in ecological restoration in lower subtropics of China." Progress in Natural Science, vol. 18, pp. 137-142.

Contact Info

E-mail: renhai@scib.ac.cn

Affiliations

  • Heshan National Field Research Station of Forest Ecosystem, South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510650, China

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Species Info

  • Evolvulus alsinoides
  • Phyllanthus cochinchinensis
  • Acacia auriculaeformis
  • Psychotria rubra
  • Pithecellobium clypearia
  • Syzygium hancei
  • Neyraudia montana
  • Rhodomyrtus tomentosa
  • Pinus massoniana
  • Schima superba
  • Castanopsis chinensis
  • Cryptocarya concinna
  • Sonneratia apetala
  • Rhizophora stylosa
  • Kandelia candel
  • Acacia auriculaeformis
  • Acacia mangium

Description

  • This study examines the nurse tree effect mechanisms ,ecological factors that influence nursing effect and relationships between nurse plant and ecological restoration.
  • It lists different pairs of nurse and target tree species, moving from the broader description of such pairs to research findings of case studies in several locations in lower subtropical China.
  • It examines the positive and negative feedback loops between nurse trees and (target) species underneath and explains why the nursing effect happens in the first place.
  • Overall this paper is trying to give a comprehensive review on where the nurse tree research as a whole is currently standing.

Geographical Region

  • Other-China
  • Ecosystems

  • General
  • Country

  • China
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