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Record number 66153
Title Muizen als zaadsjouwers en grasmaaiers
Author(s) Smit, R.; Ouden, J. den
Source Zoogdier 11 (2000)3. - ISSN 0925-1006 - p. 3 - 6.
Department(s) Forest Ecology and Forest Management
Nature Conservation and Plant Ecology
WIMEK
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2000
Keyword(s) apodemus sylvaticus - microtus agrestis - clethrionomys glareolus - microtus arvalis - muizen - habitats - milieu - vegetatie - bossen - zaadpredatie - zaadverspreiding - zaden - verjonging - kieming - dierecologie - voedingsgedrag - voedingsgewoonten - bosecologie - mice - environment - vegetation - forests - seed predation - seed dispersal - seeds - regeneration - germination - animal ecology - feeding behaviour - feeding habits - forest ecology
Categories Forest Ecology
Abstract De invloed van muizen op de vegetatie, en het verband tussen de vegetatiestructuur en het voorkomen van de verschillende soorten muizen (bosmuis, rosse woelmuis, aardmuis, veldmuis; spitsmuizen buiten beschouwing gelaten). Resultaten van onderzoek in heiden en bossen op arme zandgronden van de Veluwe naar muizenbestand en zaadpredatie en zaadverspreiding. Muizen kunnen een enorm effect op de kieming van bomen hebben
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