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- adj. Of or pertaining to phytogeography
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- adj. Of or pertaining to phytogeography.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as phytogeographic.
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Extinction and conservation of plant species in tropical America: A phytogeographical perspective.
In White's phytogeographical classification, these mountain areas fall within the Afromontane archipelago-like regional center of endemism that spans the entire continent.
The park contains two well delimited major phytogeographical formations: subantarctic Patagonian forest and Patagonian steppe.
The phytogeographical position of the afro-alpine flora.
The distribution of phytogeographical groups and life-form categories of the vascular flora have been studied, establishing relationships between plant distributions, life-forms and vegetation types.
This phytogeographical region is mostly made up of a chain of mountains stretching from the Ethiopian Highlands in the north to the Cape in South Africa.
This ecoregion is regarded as a part of the Saharan regional transition zone in White's phytogeographical classification of Africa.
Socotra was not considered in the phytogeographical classification of White, although he did note that the area ranked as a local center of endemism within the Somali-Masai regional center of endemism.
However, during different geological periods a number of other phytogeographical elements have penetrated the area, such as Irano-Turanian, Central European, West European, West Mediterranean and South Mediterranean.
In the phytogeographical schemes of White and Clarke the complex integration of moist (at the base of the Eastern Arc Mountains) and drier forests with coastal thicket, fire-climax savanna woodlands, seasonal and permanent swamps, and littoral habitats is emphasized.