Study of groups of species of plant that are usually found together.- Phytosociology
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Branch of biogeography that is concerned with the geographic distribution of plant species and their influence on the earth's surface.
plant sociology (or phytosociology, synecology – however, this field does not prescind from flora study, as its approach to study vegetation relies upon a fundamental unit, the plant association, which is defined upon flora).
Collection or association of plant species within a designated geographical unit, which forms a relatively uniform patch, distinguishable from neighboring patches of different vegetation types.
The most common species defining this grassland phytocoenosis is Carex shreberi.
Josias Braun-Blanquet (3 August 1884 – 20 September 1980) was an influential phytosociologist and botanist.
In phytosociology and community ecology an association is a type of ecological community with a predictable species composition and consistent physiognomy (structural appearance) which occurs in a particular habitat type.
Józef Konrad Paczoski (1864-1942) was an eminent Polish botanist, who coined the term "Phytosociology" and was one of the founders of this branch of botany.
Charles Henri Marie Flahault (3 October 1852 – 3 February 1935) was a French botanist, among the early pioneers of phytogeography, phytosociology, and forest ecology.
Swiss botanist born in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany.
Schröter was a pioneer in the fields of phytogeography and phytosociology.
Central European botanist.
Gams coined the terms 'biocoenology' and 'phytocoenology' in his 1918 PhD thesis.
JUICE is a widely used non-commercial software package for editing and analysing phytosociological data.
Species of conifer in the family Pinaceae.
Abies cilicica and Cedrus libani, together with Acer hyrcanum subsp. tauricolum and Sorbus torminalis subsp. orientalis, are the predominant trees in the phytocoenosis Abeti-Cedrion, a type of forest of the middle and eastern Taurus Mountains of Turkey.