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Community Structure and Environmental Factors of the Major Type of Pinus densiflora Populations in Korea
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Community Structure and Environmental Factors of the Major Type of Pinus densiflora Populations in Korea
Yoon, Jung Won; Kim, Yong Shik; Kim, Gi Song; Sung, Jung Won; Park, Ki Hwan; Lee, Chang Hyun; Shin, Hyun Tak; Yi, Myung Hoon;
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 Abstract
The populations of Pinus densiflora in South Korea were grouped into 4 types; Community of Pinus densiflora-Quercus serrata, Community of Pinus densiflora-Quercus mongolica, Community of Pinus densiflora-Fraxinus sieboldiana & Rhus javanica & Quercus mongolica and Community of Pinus densiflora-Prunus sargentii & Rhododendron mucronulatum. The Shannon diversity index was varied between 0.9171 and 1.5016, while the Similarity index was varied between 43.18 and 72.16. The species of Pinus densiflora are correlated positively significant with Carex humilis var. nana, Quercus serrata and Atractylodes ovata and negatively significant with Aster scaber and Sorbus alnifolia in order. According to the Correlation analysis, the relationship between the distribution of Pinus densiflora populations and the environment factors are closely related with the character of forest soil. Thus types for Pinus densiflora are differed. pH, Ex. K and Ex. Ca of Pinus densiflora populations effect No. of species and H'(shannon index). Canopy open effects No. of Individuals of Pinus densiflora community.
 Keywords
community of Pinus densiflora;vegetation structure;similarity;environmental factors;
 Language
Korean
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