Maintenance of Green Spaces in the City of Moscow and Its Impact on the Indicative Role of the Grass Layer ... View Full Text


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DATE

2022-03-25

AUTHORS

V. M. Telesnina, O. V. Semenyuk

ABSTRACT

This study discusses specific features of the grass layer in connection with the maintenance of typical urban plantings in the City of Moscow. The maintenance regime determines the main features of the ground cover to a greater extent than the cultivated tree species. As a result of the stand tending, nemoral shade-enduring species in the grass layer are actively replaced by meadow nitrophilous species and ruderal weeds represented by annual plants and sod grasses, which increases the biological cycle intensity. In urban ecosystems, the indicative role of plants in relation to soil properties is manifested to the lowest extent in stands maintained on a periodic basis due to the predomination of species with wide ecological amplitudes in the grass layer. More... »

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37-45

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