The greatest total length of rhizomes for an individual clone was Winter dehydration may have killed shrubs on northwestern exposures. These new cells make for new plant growth. Mild water stress effects on carbon-reduction-cycle intermediates, ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase activity, and spatial homogeneity of photosynthesis in intact leaves. Author links open overlay panel George J. On low-severity burned plots, litter was burned, but duff consumption was limited. Bunchberry dogwood abundance was also greater on low-severity than high-severity burns when severity was measured in the ground layer [ , ].
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Just 9 of 9, new and 2-year-old seeds germinated. Bunchberry dogwood may not survive severe fires that produce long-duration soil heating or short-duration temperature spikes in the soil [ 77 , ]. Bunchberry dogwood often persists after logging and burning [ 5 , 40 , ] and may increase [ , ] unless the fire is severe [ 5 , 67 ]. No additional information is available on this topic. A study of the environmental and phytosociological conditions in deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests in northwestern New Brunswick reported wide nutrient and moisture tolerances for bunchberry dogwood [ ]. In western Montana, bunchberry dogwood occurred in moist lower subalpine, grand fir, western redcedar, and western hemlock forest types, where fires are generally infrequent but severe [ 75 ].
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The shortest period between fires was 5 years and the longest was 30 years [ ]. The fire was stand replacing, and degree of forest floor consumption was used to classify fire severity. Creeping juniper was an important winter food for sharp-tailed grouse observed northeast of Glendive, Montana. Bunchberry dogwood does not appear to be a food source for cattle [ ]. Bunchberry dogwood habitats and site characteristics are also described in Plant communities.