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No significant differences in browsing intensity (number of browsing events per hectare) by mesoherbivores and elephant on the 19 plant species in the different treatments.

By D. D. Georgette Lagendijk (226897), Maria Thaker (361776), Willem F. de Boer (104228), Bruce R. Page (226903), Herbert H. T. Prins (272915) and Rob Slotow (93177)

Abstract

<p>Data are range (whiskers), 25 and 75% quartiles (box), median (line), and circles are outlying values. N = 5 for each treatment.</p

Topics: Ecology, Biological Sciences, slope position, woody species assemblages, tree species assemblages, elephant access areas, Hillslope Position Elephant
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0128340.g004
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1452314
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