Effects of native and non-native grasses on woody species regeneration in a Puerto Rican subtropical dry forest
García-Cancel, Juan Gilberto
AdvisorChinea, Jesus D.
CollegeCollege of Arts and Sciences - Sciences
DepartmentDepartment of Biology
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Rights Holder(c) 2013 Juan Gilberto García-Cancel
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