The significance of Raunkiaer's law of frequency

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- "In conclusion we may say that Raunkiaer's law is merely an expression of the fact that in any association there are more species with few individuals than with many, that the law is most apparetn when quadrats are chosen of the mostw serviceable size to show freuqency, and that it is obscrured or lost if the quadrats are either too large or small" (p407-408)

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  • H A Gleason

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