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Synonyms for subshrub

low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base


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The vegetation consists of typical cerrado, characterized by a discontinuous canopy layer up to 5 m high and a more or less continuous ground cover of herbaceous plants and subshrubs (Ribeiro and Walter, 2008).
While woody life forms include 20 species (4%) of subshrubs, 15 (3%) shrubs, three (0.6%) cactus, and one tree (0.2%).
Senna chapmanii is a sprawling subshrub, growing broader than tall and commonly branching from nearthe base.
Other shrubs and subshrubs, such as Diospyros texana, Jefea brevifolia, and Leucophyllum frutescens appeared to decline in cover by 2014, but these changes were not statistically significant.
pilicrepus Eusocial aphid Colophina arma on the subshrub Clematis stans S.
Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is an annual, herbaceous subshrub. It is a member of the Malvaceae family which grows mainly in warm and humid tropical and subtropical climates (Morton, 1987).
For this reason i propose to classify the pioneer grasslands of sandy-clayey substrates characterised by a high subshrub and shrub component (Astragalus monspessulanum, Coronilla minima, Lomelosia crenata etc.) in the Coronillo-Astragalion Ubaldi 2003.
Weed designates species common as agricultural weeds Habit denotes growth habit (A = annual, B = biennial, C = herbaceous perennial, S = shrub, SS = subshrub, T = tree) Origin refers to the geographic area where the species is native (A = Asia, AU = Australia, C = circumboreal, E = Europe, EA = Eurasia, EAF = Eurasia and northern Africa, NA = North America, SA = South America, W = cosmopolitan) First Wo.
San Clemente Island lotus is a low growing, sprawling subshrub in the pea family, while the San Clemente Island paintbrush is an erect, hemiparasitic perennial in the broomrape family.
Early planting time causes more aggregative absorption of solar radiation and thermal units by plant which leads to height, subshrub and leaf number and consequently biological yield increases.
officinalis is hardy to zone 5 and will grow into a subshrub of 2 to 3 feet tall once established.
Bunchberry--A member of the dogwood family, the bunchberry is a "subshrub" that grows less than a foot high.