Emerobia

Emerobia

In botany, the term hemerobia refers to the strategy adopted by plants to vegetate in very disturbed and changing environments, such as, for example, cities and cultivated fields, such as the production of many seeds and their effective dispersion.
Each vegetable has its own degree of hemerobia.
This degree of hemerobia of a plant species expresses its ability to adapt to the disturbance according to a scale ranging from 0 to 10 (KOWARIK 1990).
Plants with hemerobia are generally therophytes and tend to produce copious quantities of seeds, with effective dispersal strategies, often polychromatic.




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