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植物生態學名詞

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植物生態學名詞
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Zhi wu sheng tai xue ming ci
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Zhongguo ke xue yuan. Zi ran ke xue ming ci bian ding shi.
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PEKING. Chung-kuo kfo-hsueh-ytiaxi

[chih-wu sheng-kTai-hsueh ming-tz,u.
Chinese-English and English-Chinese
dictionary of terms used, in plant
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theropbyte
androchorous; anthroehorous anthropochorous
anthropic factor
anthropogenic
anthropomorphism
undergrowth
aboriginal
edaphic factor
edaphic
. edaphic formation
eclaphic climax association
edaphic climax
edaphon
[] phytoedaphon
. phytoedaphon
pedology
_ holard
geodvnamic factor
macrophyll
macrophaneropliyte
megaphanerophyte
major quadrat
woodlot
microhabitat
mi crot op ograpliy
microphyll
mi^rophanerophyte

microphaneropliyte
microclimate
undershrub
intolerant
mesophyte
mesarch sere
mesophyll
middle field layer
mesophaneropliyte
mesophaneropliyte
mesotherm
intermediate
mutnalistie symbiosis j r< proeal symbiosis
mutualism
complementary
ectendotrophie mycorrhiza
endophyte
endofrophic mycorrhiza
endoparasite
differentiation
distribution
distribution range; range
chorology
[] dispersion
dispersal; dispersed
stratification
reaction
reaction structure
eaa tinga
e campo
introduced
exotic


4



aspect
gridiron method
lignosa; woodland; woods
hydrocryptophyte
snbmersiherbosa; submersi- prata
hydroplankton
hydrochore
hydrotherophyte
hydrogeophyte
hydroliemieryptophyte
aquatic; hydric; hydrophilous) hydrophytic
_ aquiprata; aqiiiherbosa
hydrophyte
fiydromorphism
hydroarcli sere; hydrosere
hydroareh
benthon (benthos); benthophyte
hydrophilous
hydrophilae
strand
ehamaephyta sphagnoides
bog-moss association
sphagniprata; sphagniherbosa
fire factor
fire climax

cosmopolite species (cosmopo- litan species)
winter annual
biemal aspect
chimonophilous
wintemess
pneumatophore
perquadrat
chanar steppe
boreal
sage brush
chapparal

arctic
arctalpine
claamaephyta sufdrutescentia
semi-aquatic
hemiepiphyte
semi-desert
semi-frutex; undershrub
caa tinga
can*
palecology
paleosynehorology
paleosynecology
synchronology
available water
chresard
terrace
exotic
. ectotrophic myeorrliiza
ectoparasite
megaphyll
teleology
hypodispersion
normal dispersion
prisere
normal specific assemblage
permanent perquadrat
permanent layer transect
permanent quadrat
stand
[] co-action
[] bioecology
biological factor; biotic factor
biogeographic
biotic succession
bioeoenology; biosociology
biological barrier
biometer
biotic climax
biocoenosium; biocommunity biome




5

spasmodicity
growth form
life form; biotype
bioehore; biological spectrum
physiological index
physiological drought
physiological drought
physiological synecology
habitat
habitat factor
habitat form
[] habit complex
ecological factor
ecotope
[] ecosystem
ecological amplitude
ecological optimum
ecological structure
ecospecies
ecotype
ecology
ecophene
vitality
endolithic
endolithophyte
lithophyte
lithophilous
chomopliyte; lithophyte; pe- trophyte
J litharch sere; lithosere
erieilignosa
erieifruticeta
epilithic
epilithophyte; exochomophyte
heath
chasmoehomophy Le; chasmo- phyte; crevice plant
ehamaephyta gramminidea
alternation

eeotoue (oeeotone)
dormancy
proanthesis
preadaptation
initial community;
pioneer
pioneer-relic method
pioneer stage
photometer
photoperiod
photoperiodism
photostage
symbiosis symbiont
cryoplankton
eryophyte
allnvideserta
conjunctive symbiosis
. myeotrophy
eonsere
commensal (commensual)
disjunctive symbiosis
commensal (commensual)
[] commensalism
commensal union
synusia
factor
chamaephyta lichenosa
chamaephyte
ground water
geocryptophyte; geophyte
subterranean layer
macchia
physiographic ecology
physiographic factor
physiographic formation
physiographic climax
lichen tundra
lichenoid form


6



orographic factor; topogra- phic factor
topographic
hemicryptopliyta
elevation
ground vegetation
ground stratum; field stratum
ground cover; ground layer
geographic distribution
locality
heteroecism
poly climax
poly climax hypothesis
abundance
abundant
presence
contractile root
pre-vernal aspect
woodland
available water
hemieryptophyta radicanta
hydrophyta radicanta
chresard
secondary community
. secondary succession
flood plain
podsol
caulifiory
age and area
plaaenerophyta suceulenta
ehylocaula
chamaephyta succulenta
chylophylla
succulent
natural graft
natural vegetation
t natural vegetation
natural selection
autogenic
autogenic succession

veimutli steppe

taiga



companions
low moor
low field layer
[] meadow
microtherm
lower tree layer
agroecotype
embryonic dune /
primary survey 1
shingle-beach
hanstrum (hanstorium)
campo
. camp me
delayed germination
local
formative factor
acarophily
zonal
zonation
inhititive factor
winter resistance
drought resistance.
hardiness
cold resistance; winter resis- tance
frost resistance
xeric
xeropliyte
xerosere
xerarch
xeromorphism; xeromorpliy
xeromorphic
regeneration
resurrection plant
dune
foredune


e 7

e cliapparal emersiherbosa; emersiprata
areg marsh plant
determinative factor fen
submerged peat
submerged stage pasture
strain phenology
windbreak phenological isolation
slielter-belt physical drought
' physical drought
physical barrier
subarctic zone erect therophyte
subalpine erect
sub-climax linear migration
faciation; subassociation sillcicolc
subtropic aeroplankton
subtropical rain forest phytoaieron
subdominanfc ^ denudation
guild denuded quadrat
dependent union denuded transect
amphibious plant; amphiphyte musa f orm
garigue anthecology
hydropliyta adanta anthesis
anclioring-organ hemicryptophyta scaposa
k slope nectar
monsoon forest bud sport
mu aspect; seasonal aspect bud variation
seasonal complementary society- cenosere
solitary semi-natural
eeesis; establishment submaritime
intermediate sublittoral (sublitoral)
interiji^diate type long-day plant
petrideserta long-day plant
grazing totalizer
bnttress-like root; plank-but- barrier
tress adsere
undergrowth epiphyte
silva (sylva) accessory species
helophyte rain forest
swamp ombrometer
swamp forest rain gauge


8

hiemelignosa antibionts
hiemisilvae [] relative transpiration
hiemefruticeta correlation
forb correlated variability
psammophyte psammosere
invasion auimnnal aspect
aggressiveness mangrove
migration mangrove
migration agent winter hardiness
migrant drought resistance
migration circle tolerance
erosion tolerance
badland cold resistance; hardiness;
protective adaptation winter hardiness frost resistance
creeping therophyte salt-enduring species
chamaephyta reptantia
veld (veldt) vivipary bryotheropliyte
pampas moss tundra
constructiveness museoid form
substitute community; moss stage
subsere vitality
abrupt succession enclosure
constant exclosure
K constancy limiting factor
H constant species acclimation; acclimatization
moisture equivalent anemochory
indicator plant aelophilous
indicator community anemochoie; anemosporae
compass plant m\ wind training
vernalization anemometer
vernalization anemophily
vernal aspect anemophiious
springness anemopliilae
litter tumble-weed
vigor anemoentomoph51y
arvideserta insectivorous plant
[] mobilideserta wandering dune
phase autobiology


9

autoecology; bionomics taiga
stand plankton
facultative plant plankton
frost heaving phytoplankton
tundra maritime
frigorideserta altitude
frost cleft; frost cracking strand
frostbite littoral (litoral)
frost ring litorideserta
stratification ravine
frost canker megaphanerophyte
campine endemic species
primeval forest; virgin forest character species
primary succession eutherophyte
primary community eugeopliyte
aestival biotype
aestival aspect class
aestivation agrarian
aestilignosa tolerant
aestisilvae phaenerophyta lierbaceae
aestisilvae herb; herbage
aestifruticeta lierbosa
canyon herbaceous stage
[] law of relativity field layer; herb layer
zero point grass-land
root contraction grazing
geophyta radicegemmata prairie
velamen tussock
root parasitism desert
geophyta rliizomatosa; rhizome geophyte eremophyte
mycorrhiza deserta
knee over-topped
aerial oppressed
aerial root list quadrat
aerial plant; aerophyte regression ; retrogression
aeromorpHosis climatic factor retrogressive succession inversion of zonation aciculignosa; conilignosa
climatic climax acieulisilvae; conisilvae
climatic plant formation g aeiculisilvae; conisilyae


10



aeiculifruticeta; conifruticeta
alpine meadow
alpine forest
alpine
alpine belt
alpine plant
acrophytia
elfin-wood; krummholz; elfin- tree
high moor
pliaenerophyte
tall field layer
[] altolaerbiprata; altoherbosa .
raised bog
alpino-arctic formation
psychropbyte
alpino-arctic community
megatherm
supre-littoral
upper tree layer
desiccation
drought
steppe
chersophyte
siccideserta
xerothermic period
drought
duriherbosa; duriprata
selective species
deflected succession
disturbance climax; plagio- elimax
plagiosere
accidental
accidental
occasional
casual species
zoometer
endozoophyte

espalier growth form
extra-regional community
differential species
flora
regional community
browsing
host
renascent
host
geophyta parasitica
parasitism
parasite
density
closed formation
closed association
erown density
closed community
.hyperdispersion
scrub
obligate
nest-epiphyte
zone
frequent
pluviilignosa
phiviisylvae
pluviisylvae
pluviif ruticeta
aiphyllium
sempervirentiherbosa; semper- virentiprata
aithalium
abortion
aggregation
terrace
terrace
crustose-liehen stage
terrificientiherbosa
[] abyssal association
mixed forest
mixed forest




11

mictium
. glykophyte
mobility
nanophyll
society
clip quadrat
weed
pocket leaf
aerating root
aerenehyma
silviculture
umbratieolous
sciophj'te; shade-plant
tolerant
atmometer
terriherbosa; terriprata
climax
climax unit
climax forest stage
[] climax
climax community
[] climactic
climax area
climax complex
"
xeropliilous
ombfophile
psammophile
ombrophyte; sciopile
chionophilous
[] thermophilous
nitrcpliilous
nitrophile
calciphilous
caleiphile
heliophilie; heliophilous
acidophilous; oxyphilous
oxyphile
halophilous

halophile
basophilous
arbor; macrophaneropliyte
monoclimax hypothesis
[] pure forest
[] family (famile)
consociation
rejuvenation
dissemination
disseminnle
census quadrat
field capacity
3 phase
forest; silva (sylva)]
site
site index
silvics
[] forest type
forest stage
vegetation
bisect .
vegetation form
ecological geobotany; ecoI phytoeeology
floristic geobotany; geobotany; phytogeograpJiy; plant geo- graphy
phyto-phenology
[] formation
plant formation
[] assoriation
plant association
association fragment
association type
association complex
phytosociology; plant socio_ logy
phytometer
plant society
phytometiy


12

_

[] settlement durisilvae; sc lerophyllous
flora forest
phytocoenosium; plant com- durisilvae
rnunity; vegetational type selerophyllous shrub
geographic synecology durifruticeta
genetic synecology hardpan
p]ant succession rare
. floristic geobotany strange species
[] stratum society fell-field
. endoxylophyte savannah
vegetation isobiocliore
vegetation form isophene
reaction isotherm
[] relic (relict) co-dominant
deleted species; epibiotic geophyta mycetosa
species helotism
hypoliminion coppice
lacustrine . wilting coefficient
epiliminion complementary chromatic
thermograph adaptation
remainder index lociation
[] tbermoperiodism postclimax
clone over adaptation
- agamospecies progressive succession
echard periodicity
unlike commensal lime constants
'. allogenic succession calcieolous
elan caleicole; calcipete; calciphyte
carr heliomorphie
open association heliophyte; sun plant
open formation intolerant
open community sun leaf
park land # stage
causative value; dynamogene- colony
tic value [] colonization
center of origin naturalization
short-day plant [] etiolation
ephemeral chernozems
ephemeral short-day plant +
durilignosa tuberous fungus


13

xerophobous aggregation
ombrophobe talus
anemophobe defoliation
anaeropliyt obion t deeidnilignosa
cbionophobous tropophyte
frigofuge foliose-lichen stage
calcifugous; calciphobons thallotherophyte
calcifuge; ealciphobe hemicryptophyta thallosa
* heliophobic; heliopliobous acidofnge; acidophobous; oxy- pliobous leaf mosaic water capacity under grazing
oxyphobe over grazing
lialophobous native
halophobe indigenous species
basifuge isolation
leptophyll seclusion type
adventitious plant; neophyte insular species
dwarfing; stunted isolation transect
copse
short-grass land nan ophaneropliy te nanism bush bushland gfegariousness; sociability f _ chart quadrat chamaephyta pulvinata cushion plant 'antagonistic symbiosis stub land
coenosium; community dripping point; dripping tip; rain tip
synchorology hydrophyta liatantis
synchorology floating stage
[] physiognomy succession
order syn genetics
synecology sere
alternes facies
coefficient of community associes; serai association
minimal area socies
phytograph syngenesis serai unit
class consoeies; serai consociation
community complex serai community
circle of vegetation macehia
alliance giantism (gigantism)


14



provenance line transect
phylogeny water table
[] population tropical rain forest
fioristic composition them forest
aggregate: gregarious stem-girdle
saprophyte . jungle
muck heal canker
humus exclusive
humus soil exclusiveness; fidelity
humus plant exclusive species
reed-swamp hemicryptophyta rosulata.
reed-swamp stage ehamaephyta velantia
transpiration ratio shade-leaf
transpirati on coeffici ent aearo-domatia
transpiration efficiency adjustment
cover degree helioplastic
nectary xeromorphosis
veld (veldt) xeroplastic
oxylophyte preferential species
oxysere accommodation; adaptation
bog; moor adaptive faculty
moorland adaptability
grass moor ecad; epharmone
water requirement morphogeny
light requirement mat geophyte
light seed bi-yoehamaephyta reptantia.
aerophytobiont carpet herb
< V dark seed inattae
salt-obligate species H [
layer; stratum (pi, strata) layer society layer transect; stratum tran- sect temporary climax reconnaissance arbor epiphyta arboricosa size class timber-line crown crown class

canopy; crown eanopy; erowa
quadrat cover; crown layer
sample plot dendrograph
transect stump




15

grove
barren; garigue
pteridotherophyte
serotinal
indifferent
nbiquist
frequency
frequency index
frequency class

dominant
coverage; dominance
area-list quadrat
dominant
. aqueous tissue
pneumatic tissue
suppressed
liygropbyte
humidiherbosa
humidity
hygrometer; psychrometer
hygTOgraph
laurilignosa
laurisilvae
launsilvae
laurifruticeta
nutritive symbiosis
vegetative form
circumpolar
environment
bunch grass
basal-area quadrat
chimonochloi'ous
convergent adaptation
pneumatotactie
divergent adaptation
salt avoiding species
hardening*
cryptophyte

frost pocket
adhesive root
adhesive disc

hemieryptopliyta caespitosa
tussock plant
bush-herb
bush
sod grass
grass-heath
] buttressed trunk
naturalization
percolation
entomophilous
entomophia
coenospecies
ehomophyte; ruderal

necrosis
climbing therophyte
hemicryptopbyta scandentia
scandent
liana (liane)
arrested dune
stability
stabilized
stabilization
stable community
lianoid
lianoid form
phaenerophyta scandentia
liana (liane)
ant-plant
marginal invasion
centrifugal invasion

competition


16



officinal
rush-swamp
rush-swamiD stage
releasing factor

nanoplianerophyte; shrub
bush-wood
fruticose lichen
fruticous
frutieeta
shrub layer
shrub stage
thicket
scrub forest

sun scald; sunscorcH
deformed
geophyta bulbosa



lialomorpbism
halarcli sere; halosere
salt constancy
halophyte
saline
salt desert
salt steppe
salt marsh
saline
fen

closed association
closed formation
crown density
closed community

N. S N. S. quotient










I

A

aboriginal
abortion {i
abrupt succession
abundance
abundant
abyssal association []
acaro-domatia
acarophily
accessory species
accidental 1.2.&
acclimation
..-acclimatization
accommodation
aciculifrutieeta
aciculignosa
acicnlisilvae
acid plant oxylophyte acidofuge
^ acidophilous
aeidophobons
acropbytia
adaptability
adaptation
,complementary chro- matic .
,convergent
,divergent
,over ^
,protective
adaptive faculty
adhesive disc
adhesive root

adjustment
adsere
adventitious plant
aelophilous
aerating root
aerenchyma
aerial
aerial plant
aerial root
aeromorphosis
aerophyte
aerophytobiont
aeroplankton
aestifruticeta
aestilignosa
aestisilvae
aestival
aestival aspect
aestivation
agamospecies
age and area
aggregate
aggregation
aggressiveness
agrarian
agroecotype
aiplayllium
aitlialium
alliance
allogenic succession
alluvideserta
alpine
alpine belt
alpine forest
alpine meadow


20



alpine plant
alpino-arctic community
alpino-aretic formation
.alternation
alternes
altitude
altoherbiprata []
altoherbosa []
amphibious plant ^
amphiphyte
anaerophytobiont
anamogamae = anemophilae
anchoring-organ
androchorons
anemochore
anemocliory
anemoentomophily
anemometer (
anemophilae
anemophilous
anemopliily
anemopliobe
anemosporae
antagonistic symbiosis
anthecology
anthesis -(
anthrochorous
anthropic factor
anthrop ocliorons
anthropogenic
anthr op omor phi sm
antibionts
ant-plant
aquatic
aqueous tissue
aquilierbosa
aqniprata
arbor
aretalpine
arctic <

area-list quadrat
areg
arrested dune
arvideseita
aspect 12.
,aestival
,autumnal
hiemal
,pre-vernal
> seasonal
,vernal
,society
association []
abyssal []
,bog-moss
closed
,open 5
£ plant .
,serai
association complex
association fragment
association type
associes
atmometer
autobiology
autoecology
autogenic
autogenic succession
autumnal aspect
available water B
badland
barren
barrier
,biological
,physical
basal-area quadrat {1
basifuge
basophilous




21

benthon (benthos) ealcieolous
bentliophyte calcifuge
biochore caleifugous
biocoenology calcipete
biocoenosium calciphile _
biocommunity calciphilous
bioecology [] caleiphobe
biogeograpliic calciphobous
biological barrier calciphyte
biological factor campine )
biological spectrum
biome campo e
biometer
bionomics canopy
biosociology canyon
biotic climax carnivorous plant = insecti-
biotic factor vorous plant
biotic succession carpet herb
biotype 12: carr
bisect casual species
bog cauliflory
bog-moss association causative value
boreal cenosere
browsing census quadrat
bryochamaephyta reptantia center of origin
bryoiheropliyte centrifugal invasion
bud sport chamaephyta gramminidea
bud variation , chamaepliyta lichenosa
bunch grass chamaephj-ta pulvinata
bush # chamaephyta reptantia
bush-herb chamaephyta sphagnoides
busliland chamaephyta succulenta
bush-wood chamaepliyta suffrutescentia
buttressed trunk [] ehamaephyta yelantia
buttress-like root cliamaephyte chan ar steppe
c ehapparal
caa tinga E character species
calcicole characteristic species


22



chart quadrat
chasmocliomopliyte
chasmophyte
chernozems
ehersophyte
cliimonochlorous
chimonophilous
.chionophilous
^daionopliobous
claomophyte 12
chorology
Aresard
'^chylocaula
cliyiopliylla
circle of vegetation
circumpolar
clan
class 12.
climactic []
climatic climax
climatic factor
climatic plant formation
climax [1
_ . "biotic
climatic
disturbance
? edaphic
, fire
physiographic
,temporary
climax area
cliinas community
climax complex
climax forest stage
climax unit
climbing therophyte
clip quadrat
clone
closed association

closed community
closed formation
co-action []
co-dominant
coefficient of community
coenosium
coenospecies
cold resistance
colonization []
colony
commensal (commensual)
commensal union
commensalism []
community
alpino-arctic
climax
.closed. *
,coefficient of
.extra-regional
.indicator
initial
.open
? plant
;primary
,regional
secondary
'.serai
stable
? substitute
community complex
companions
compass plant
competition
complementary
complementary chromatic adaptaton
complex, association
.,climsix
,community
liabitat []




23

conifruticeta
conilignosa
conisilvae

conjunctive sj^mbiosis
consere
consociation
consocies
constancy
constant
constant species
constructiveness
constractile root
convergent adaptation
coppice
copse
correlated variability 9
correlation
cosere
cosmopolite species (cosmo- politan species)
cover degree
coverage
creeping therophyte
crevice plant
crown
crown canopy
crown class
crown cover
crown density
}
rown layer
erustose-liclien stage
ciyophyte
cryoplankton
cryptopbyte
cushion plant
D
dark seed

decidnilignosa
deflected succession
defoliation
deformed
delayed germination
deleted species
clendrogTapli
density
denudation
denuded quadrat
denuded transect
dependent union
desert
deserta
desiccation
determinative factor
differential species
differentiation
disci imax
di sj unctive symbiosis
dispersal
dispersed
dispersion []
dissemination
disseminule
distribution
distribution range
disturbance climax
divergent adaptation
dominance
dominant 12.
dormancy
dripping point
dripping tip
drought
.physical
physiological
drought resistance
dune
arrested


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.embryonic
,wandering
durifruticeta
duriherbosa
durilignosa
duriprata
durisilvae
dwarfmg
dynamogeneiic value
E
eead
ecesis
echard
ecological amplitude
ecological factor
ecological geobotany
ecological optimum
ecological plant geography
ecological structure
ecology
eeophene O
ecospecies
ecosystem []
ecotone (oecotone)
ecotope
ecotype
ectendotrophic mycorrhiza
ectoparasite
ectotrophic mycorrhiza
edaphic
edaphic climax
edaphic climax association
edaphic factor
edaphic formation
edaphon
elevation
elfin-tree
elfin-wood

embryonic dune -
emersiherbosa
emersiprata
enclosure
endemic species
endolithic
endolithophyte
endoparasite
endophyte
endotrophic mycorrhiza
endoxylophyte
endozoopliyte
entomophila
entomophilous
environment;
epharmone
ephemeral
epibiotic species
epiliminion
epilithic
epilithophyte 1
epiphyta arboricosa 1
epiphyte
erect
erect therophyte
eremophyte
ericifruticeta
ericiiignosa
erosion
espalier growth form
establishment
etiolation []
eugeophyte
eutlierophyte
exclosure
exclusive
exclusive species
exclusiveness
exochomophyte
exotic




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extra-regional community

F

faeiation
facies
factor
,biological
, biotic
,climatic
,determinative
,ecological
,edaphic
,fire
,formative
,geo dynamic
_ liabitB/t
,inhibitive _
,limiting
,orographic
,physiographic
,releasing
,topographic
faeultative
family (famile) []
fell-field
fen 12.
Melity
field capacity {}
field layer
,low
middle
tall
field stratum
fire climax
fire factor
floating stage
flood plain
flora 1.2. {}

floristic composition
floristic geobotany
foliose-lichen stage
forb
foredune
forest
alpine
,mixed
monsoon
? primeval
,pure []_
,rain
,sclerophyllous
scrub
,subtropical rain
.swamp
,them
,virgin
,tropical rain
forest stage
forest type []
form espalier growth
,growth
" -habitat
lianoid
lichenoid
life
,musa
muscoid
,vegetation 1.2._
,vegetative
formation []
alpino-arctic
,climatic plant
_ closed
,edaphic
open
,physiographic
plant


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formative factor
frequency
frequency class
frequency index
frequent
frigofuge
frigoricleserta
frost canker
frost cleft
frost cracking
frost heaving
frost pocket
frost resistance
frost ring
frostbite
fruticeta
fruti cose lichen
fmtieous
G
garigue
geneeologv = autecology
genetic synecology
geobotany
geocryptophyte
geodynamic factor
geographic distribution
geographic synecology
geopihyta bulbosa
geophyta myeetosa
geopihyta parasitica
geophyta radicegemmata
geophyta rliizomatosa
geophyte
, mat
,rhizome
giantism (gigantism)
girdle = zonation
glykophyte
grass-heath

grass-land
grass moor
grazing 12
,over
,under
gregarious
gregariousness
gridiron method
ground cover .
ground- layer
ground stratum
ground vegetation
ground water
grove
growth form .
guild
H
habitat
habit complex []
habitat factor
habitat form
halarch sere
halomorphism
lialophile
halophilous
halophobe
halophobous
halophyte
halosere 0
hardening
hardiness 1.2.
liardpan {}
haustrum (hanstorium)
heat canker
heath
heliomorphic
heliophilic
heliophilous
heliophobic




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heliophobous hydrophilous 1.2
heliophyte hydropliyta adnata
helioplastic hydrophyta natantia
helophyte hydropliyta radicanta
helotism hydrophyte
hemieryptophyta hydrophytic
hemieryptophyta caespitosa hydroplankton
hemieryplophyia radicanta hydrosere
hemicryptophyta rosulata hydrotherophyte
hemieryptophyta scandentia hygrograph
hemicryptophyta scaposa hygrometer
hemicryptophyta thallosa hygrophyte
hemiepiphyte hyper disp ersion
herb hypodispersion
herb layer hypoliminion
herbaceous stage
herbage T
herbosa X
heteroecism . indicator community,
hiemal^aspeefi indicator plant
hiemefrutieeta indifferent
hiemelignosa indigenous species
hiemisilvae inhititive factor
high moor initial community
holard insectivorous plant
host insular species
humidilierbosa intermediate 12
humidity intermediate type
humus intolerant 1.2.
humus plant
humus soil introduced
hydric invasion
hydroarch ,centrifugal
hydroarch sere ? marginal
hydrochore inversion of zonation
hydroeryptophyte isobiochore *
hydrogeophyte isolation
hydrohemicryptophyte isolation transect
hydromorphism isophene
hydrophilae i isotherm


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J

jungle E
knee
krummholz L
lacustrine
land, park
,short-grass
stub
laurifrutieeta
Iaurilignosa
laurisilvae
law of relativity []
layer
crown
,field
,ground
,herb
,low field
,lower tree
,middle field
,moss = ground cover
,slirub
,subterranean
tall field
upper tree
layer society .
layer transect
leaf mcisaic
leptophyll
liana (liane)
lianoid
lianoid form
lichen tundra
lichenoid form
life form

light requirement ;
light seed
lignosa
lime constants
limiting factor
line transect
linear migTati on
list quadrat
lithareh sere
lithophilons
lithophyte
lithosere
litorideserta
litter
littoral (litoral)
local
locality
lociation
long-day plant
low field layer +
low moor imms
lower tree layer
M
macchia
macrophanerophyte /
macrophyll
major quadrat
mangrove
marginal invasion
maritime
marsh plant .
mat geophyte
mattae
meadow []
megaphaneropliyte
megapbyll
megatherm




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mesareh sere musa form
mesophanerophyte museoid form
mutualism
mesophyll mutualistic symbiosis
mesophyte mycorrhiza
mesotherm ,ectendotrophic
microclimate y ectotrophic
microhabitat ,endotrophic
microphanerophyte mycotrophy
myrmecophyte = ant-plant
aiicrophyll N
microtherm
microtopography nanism
mictium nan ophanerophy te
middle field layer nanophyll
migrant native
migration natural graft
.linear natural selection
radial natural vegetation
migration agent naturalization
migration circle necrosis
minimal area nectar
mixed forest nectary
mobilideserta [] neophyte
mobility nest-epiphyte
moisture equivalent } nitrophile
monoclimax hypothesis nitrophilous
monsoon forest normal dispersion
moor normal specific assemblage
,grass N. S. quotient N. S
higli nutritive symbiosis
,low 0
? moss = high moor
moorland obligate
morphogeny occasional
moss layer = ground cover oecology = ecology
moss moor = high moor officinal
moss stage ombrometer
moss tundra ombrophile
muck ombrophobe


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ombrophyte petrophyte
open association phaeneropliyta herbaceae
open community IS phaeneropliyta scandentia
open formation phaenerophyta Succulenta
oppressed phaenerophyte
order i phase 12.
orographic faetT phenological isolation
over adaptation phenology- {}
over dispersion = hyperdis- photometer
persion photoperiod
over grazing photoperiodism
over-topped photostage
oxylophyte phylogeny
osypliile physical barrier
oxyphilons physical drought
oxvphobe physiognomy []
oxyphobous physiographic climax
osysere physiographic ecology
physiographic factor
P physiographic formation
physiological drought
paleeology physiological index
paleosynchorology physiological synecology
paleosynecology phytoaeron
pampas pliytoeoenology = plant socio-
pan = hard pan logy
parasite phytocoenosium
parasitism phytoecology
park land ' phytoedaphon 1. [ ];2
partial habitat = mierohabitat
pasture phytogeograpliy
peat phytograph
pedology phytometer
percolation phytometry
periodicity pliyto-phenology
permenent layer transect phytoplankton
permanent perquadrat phytosociology
permanent quadrat pioneer
perquadrat pioneer stage
petrideserta pioneer-relic method


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plagioelimax podsol
plagiosere !j polster plant = cushion plant
plank-buttress poly dim as
plankton polyclimax hypothesis
plant, adventitious population []
aerial postelimax
alpine prairie
,amphibious prata = herbosa
,carnivorous = insectivor- preadaptation
ous plant preferential species
,compass presence
,crevice pre-vernal aspect
,cushion primary community
,humus primary succession
,indicatot primary survey-
-~~insectivorous primeval forest
,lorjg-clay prisere
;marsh proantliesis
.polster = cushion plant ;resurrection profile chart = bisect progressive succession
,short-day protective adaptation
,sun protoepiphyte = heroiepiphyte
,tussock provenance
plant association psammophile
plant community psammophyte
plant formation psammosere
plant geography psychrometer
plant indicator psyclirophyte
plant plankton p teri dotlierophy te
plant society pure forest []
plant sociology plant succession pluviifruticeta a quadrat
pluviilignosa area-list
pluviisylvae basal-area {
' y census
pneumatic tissue chart
pneumatophore clip
pneumatotactic denuded
pocket leaf y list




,major
,permanent
B
radial migration
rain forest
rain gauge
rain tip
raised bog
range
rare
ravine
reaction 12.J
reaction structure
reciprocal symbiosis S
reconnaissance
reed-swamp
reed-swamp stage
regeneration
regional community
regression
rejuvenation
relative transpiration []
releasing factor
relic (relict) []
remainder index
renascent
resistance, cold
drought
_ frost
,winter
resurrection plant
retrogression
retrogressive succession
rhizame geophyte
root, adhesive
aerating
aerial
,buttress-like
contractile

root contraction
root parasitism
ruderal
rush-swamp
rush-swamp stage
s
sage brush
saline 12.
salt constancy
salt desert
salt marsh
salt steppe
salt swamp = salt marsh salt-avoiding species
salt-enduring species
salt-obligate species
sample plot sapropliile = hmims plant
saprophyte
savannah
seandent
sciopile
seiophyte
seierophyllons forest
sclerophyllous shrub sclerophy te = selerophyllous
shrub
scrub
scrub forest
seasonal aspect
seasonal complementary so- ciety
seclusion type
secondary community
secondary succession
selective species
semi-aquatic
semi-desert
semi-frutex
semi-natural




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semp ervirentiherbosa sod grass
semp ervirentiprata solitary
serai association spasmodicity
serai community species^ accessory
serai consociation ,casual
serai unit 7 character
sere ,characteristic
_ hfllarcli ,constant
.hydrorch ,cosmopolite
litliarcli deleted
,mesareh ,differential
serotinal ,endemic
settlement [] ,epibiotic
shade-leaf ,exclusive
shade-plant ,indigenous
shelter-belt ,insular
shingle-beach ,preferential
v short-day plant ,salt-avoiding
short-grass land ,salt-enduring
shrub ,salt-obligate
shrub layer selective
slirub stage ,strange
shrub stratum = shrub layer sphagniherbosa
siceideserta spliagniprata
silicicole sport
silva (sylva) 12. springness
mimes stability
silviculture stabilization
site stabilized
site index stable community
size class stage
slope ,climax forest
sociability ,ernstose-lichen
socies ,floating
society ,foliose-lichen
,aspect ,forest
layer ,herbaceous
1plant ,moss
seasonal complementary pioneer
,stratum []1 ,reed-swamp


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----:rush-swamp

shrub

----,submerged

tand

tem-girdle

steppe

----;dlEILEr

----salt

----,vermuth

strain

strand

strange species
stratification
stratum (pi. strata)

----field

----,ground

----j shrub = shrub layer

stratum society

stratum transect

stub land

stump

stunted

subalpine

subarctic zone

subassociation

sub-climax

subdominant.

sublittoral (sublitoral)

submaritime

submerged

submerged stage

submersiherbosa

isubmersiprata

subsere

substitute community
subterranean layer
subtropic

subtropical rain f orest
succession





12.









1 2.


1.2.





[]






.















----^ abrupt

----,allogenic

----,autogenic

----,biotic

----,deflected

----,plant

----,primary

----,progressive

----,retrogressive

----,secondary

succulent

sun leaf

sun plant

sunscald

sunscorch

suppressed

supre-littoral

swamp

swamp forest

symbiont

symbiosis

----,antagonistic

----,conjunctive

----,mutnalistic

----,nutritive

----} reciprocal

synchorology

synchronology

synecology

----,genetic

----,geographic

----,physiological

syngenesis

syngeneties

synusia (pi. synusiae)

taiga






































12.























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tall field layer
talus {}
teleology
temporary climax
terrace 1.23.
terrifieientiherbosa
terriherbosa
terriprata
tliallotlieropliyte thermocline = epiliminion
tliermograph
thermoperi o di sm []
thermophilus L]
tliern forest
therophyte
,climbing
.creeping
erect
thicket
timber-line
tolerance 1.2.
tolerant 1.2.
topographic -
topographic factor
totalizer
transect
^, belt
.denuded
.isolation
layer
line
,stratum
transpiration coefficient
transpiration efficiency
transpiration ratio
tropical rain forest
tropopliyte
tuberous fungus
tumble-weed

tundra
? lichen
. moss
tussock
tussock plant
type, association
forest []
,intermediate
,seclusion
,vegetational u
ubiquist
umbraticolous
under dispersion = persion hypodis-
under grazing
undergrowth 12
underslmib .2.
union, commensal
;dependent
unlike commensal
upper tree layer V
vegetation 12
,circle of
,ground
natural
vegetation form 12.
vegeiational type
vegetative form _
velamen
veld (veldt)
vermuth steppe
vernal aspect _
vernalization 1.2.


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vigor
virgin forest
vitality 1.2.
vivipary

W
wandering dune
water capacity {}
water requirement
water table
weed
wHting coefficient
windbreak
wind training
winter annual
winter hardiness
winter resistance
winterness
woodland 12.
woodlot
woods

xerarch X
xeric
xeromorphie
xeromorphism
xeromorphosis
xeromorphy
xerophilous
xeropliobous
xeropliyte
xeroplastic
xerosere
xerothermic period
Y yaronization = vernalization
zero point z
zonal
zonation
zone
zoometer




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