THE SPECIFIC STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONAL ROLE AND ORGANISATION OF LUMBRICIDAE IN A SECONDARY NATURAL GRASSLAND

Journal Title: Current Trends in Natural Sciences - Year 2012, Vol 1, Issue 1

Abstract

The present work analyses the indices of aggregation, dispersion, expansion, dominance and receptivity of lumbricidae fauna in a grassland located in the high hills of Piedmont Candesti in the south-east of Arges County. The higher aggregation of species in the grassland, in certain months expressed a lower number of points with optimal food and physiological conditions. It also emerges the idea that, a higher density of the population caused a higher degree of expansion, which gave the species a determining role within the biogenesis.

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Gheorghiţa Brînzea

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Gheorghiţa Brînzea (2012). THE SPECIFIC STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONAL ROLE AND ORGANISATION OF LUMBRICIDAE IN A SECONDARY NATURAL GRASSLAND. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 1(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-24900