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having relatively broad rather than needlelike or scalelike leaves

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The three evergreen broad-leaved forests of Yunnan are generally different in distribution, habitat and floristic composition (Table 1).
Being a broad-leaved tree holds of all deciduous trees Deciduousness holds of all vines
We investigated the effect of matrix habitat structure on mammalian communities in a hyper-mosaic landscape between broad-leaved forests and conifer forestry plantations of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica), Japanese cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa), and Japanese larch (Larix kaempferi) in central Japan.
Other plants listed by Natural England and named in the Weeds Act 1959 are: Common Ragwort, Spear Thistle, Creeping or Field Thistle, Curled Dock and Broad-leaved Dock.
The forest is a mid-mountain moist evergreen broad-leaved forest, in which Fagaceae, Lauraceae, Magnoliaceae and Theaceae are the dominant species with an average height of 9-9.8 m and stem area at breast height 125-138 [cm.sup.2] (He et al.
It also controls existing broad-leaved weeds such as dandelions, daisies and buttercups and control moss.
For example, purple loosestrife--introduced in the 1880s from Europe, Asia and Africa--has spread like wildfire, pushing out native plants like broad-leaved cattail species in many of our wetlands.
Among the creatures that vanished were eel-like fish called conodonts, early crocodilians, tree lizards and many broad-leaved plants.
The saplings were newly planted in a mixed, broad-leaved woodland and are believed to have come from infected nursery stock.
The answer is that fruit trees, unlike broad-leaved trees, require aftercare, which costs money.
We hypothesise that the temporal pattern of surface [K.sub.s] will change along an extended successional series in the evergreen broad-leaved forest of eastern China.
A utility lawn comprises tough varieties like Perennial Ryegrass, Crested Dog's Tail, Timothy and Lesser Timothy and a range of broad-leaved meadow grasses.
In northern European forests in the temperate--boreal transition zone, human activities were responsible for a decline of broad-leaved forests and expansion of spruce (Bradshaw & Hannon, 1992; Lindbladh et al., 2000; Niklasson et al., 2002), particularly in the past 300 years (Lindbladh & Foster, 2010).
The trees and shrubs are all native broad-leaved, so should be growing well into the next century.
Fathi et al (2010) worked on weed control in lentil and concluded that hand hoeing followed by paraquat herbicide were superior in number and dry weight of broad-leaved weeds(8 weeds m-2 and 11 g m-2) and (35.22 weeds m-2 and 53 g m-2), respectively.