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The Tsuga Canadensis showed low leaf numbers and the Thuja occidentalis had yellow leaves.
1996), for instance, point to the abundance of the late-successional species Tsuga canadensis and Fagus grandifolia in old-growth stands as support for the results of SORTIE, a stand simulation model that predicts dominance of these taxa after hundreds of years of uninterrupted succession.
These can be less than 5% for Acer rubrum and Tsuga canadensis in New Hampshire (Graber and Leak 1992) and Tilia americana in Wisconsin (Godman and Mattson 1976) and range from 5-70% for Acer pensylvanicum, A.
Tree replacement in small canopy gaps of a Tsuga canadensis forest in the southern Appalachians, Tennessee.
Castanea dentata, Prunus serotina, Tilia americana, and Tsuga canadensis.
Tsuga canadensis 'Cole's Prostrate' is a mounding ground cover; its foliage keeps its dark green color best in partial shade.
22 Tsuga canadensis -- -- -- BG FD FD Species uninvaded invaded uninvaded Acer pensylvanicum -- 0.
Effects of invasion of Tsuga Canadensis on a North American forest ecosystem.
Only three species, Acer pensylvanicum, Tsuga canadensis, and Amelanchier arborea had recruitment into the tree size class on the TS plot (Fig.
This is an upland forest type, the main components of which include Acer saccharum, Fagus grandifolia, Betula alleghaniensis, Acer rubrum, Tsuga canadensis, Pinus strobus, and Pinus resinosa (Rowe 1977).
Compositional and environmental characteristics of Tsuga canadensis (L.