International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Special Issue 3, Part A (2017)
Mechanism of Facilitation by Non-Leguminous Plant Revealed At Aurangabad (India)
Study of ecology is important as it plays role in development of restoration ecology. With the advent of technologies the study of ecosystem structure and changes in it are remaining unnoticed. The ecological succession is the sequential replacement of plant species following changes in the environment. Studies are important with conservation point of view. The present study depicts the primary ecological succession in an area levelled up to the height of five feet. The five quadrates of equal size were observed during the study period of six months. Rain water being the only source of water in the area increased its ecological importance. The primary successor was non- leguminous plant Balonitesroxburgii during the peak drought periods in the region of the summer 2013.
How to cite this article:
Ughade BR, Kalyankar VB, Bhosale SB, Shinde MS. Mechanism of Facilitation by Non-Leguminous Plant Revealed At Aurangabad (India). Int J Appl Res 2017;3(3S):04-05.