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low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base

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This group comprises the stems of all genera of Lychnophorinae featuring habits as subshrubs, shrubs, trees or treelets.
Fire-stimulated flowering and reproduction have often been observed for subshrubs and herbaceous species in the cerrado (Munhoz and Felfili, 2005; 2007; Neves and Damasceno-Junior, 2011), but fire effects on woody plants vary from inhibition to stimulation of reproduction (Hoffmann, 1998; Felfili, et al.
Checklist of vascular flora of the Cordillera Carabaya, indicating growth form (F) (h: herb, s: subshrub, a: shrub, ab: tree, c: cactoide), endemic species (E) (x: reported in Leon et al.
The total canopy cover of all shrubs and subshrubs declined from 33.6% in 1981 to 18.8% in 2014.
The vegetation population structure in desert grasslands is relatively simple, and the dominant species are small shrubs and subshrubs, including Asterothamnus centrali-asiaticus Novopokr., Reaumuria soongorica (Pall.) Maxim., Salsola passerina Punge, Sympegma regelli Bunge, and some ephemeral plant species such as Suaeda glauca (Bge.) Bgc., Bassia dasyphylla (Fisch.
Habit was divided into primarily annual or biennial herbs, perennial herbs, and woody plants, which included a few lianas or subshrubs but mainly trees and shrubs.
This separation is mostly due to the abundance of subshrubs and woody species (e.g., Teline microphylla, Sonchus acaulis, Erysimum bicolor, Artemisia thuscula, and Argyranthemum adauctum) being more abundant in the control plots, together with some herbaceous species (e.g., Ranunculus cortusifolius, Sonchus oleraceus, Todaroa montana, and Galium aparine).
Byrsonima: approximately 130 species of trees, shrubs, and subshrubs, bird-dispersed by fleshy drupe-like fruits.
Helianthemum Miller is the most diverse genus in the family Cistaceae with about 100 heliophytic species and subspecies of shrubs, subshrubs and annual herbs living from sea level up to circa 3000 meters in a diversity of substrates (limestone, dolomite, marl, gypsum, saline and sand-soils).
In researches of Clorke and Simpson [7], the maximum yield was obtained from the minimum amount of seed (1.5 k/ha) and they concluded that producing of subshrubs and pod, neutralizes the effect of density decrease and the yield is remained fixed or it does not change drastically, but Morrison [22], reported the increasing of yield under the influence of increasing of density.
The genus Matricaria, classified in subtribe Matricariinae of the Anthemideae, consists of about 40 species of subshrubs and herbaceous perennials throughout the world.
The 230 species that are not native to Oklahoma can be further categorized: 34 are trees (14.7%); 28 are shrubs or subshrubs (12.2%); 2 are grasses (0.9%); 135 are forbs (58.7%); 4 are ferns (1.7%); 3 are vines (1.3%); and 24 are crop species (10.4%).