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Research on Current Status of the Vegetation Contiguous to the Historic Sites in Trung Yen Commune, Son Duong District, Tuyen Quang Province

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Do Cong Ba

Tan Trao University, Trung Mon, Yen Son, Tuyen Quang, Vietnam.

*Corresponding author: Do Cong Ba

Abstract

Research result on current status of the vegetation contiguous to the historic sites in Trung Yen commune, Yen Son district, Tuyen Quang province is classified and described into 7 sub-formations of 6 formations, including: (1) Tropical monsoon evergreen forest formation on lowland and mountains; (2) Tropical monsoon evergreen forest formation on limestone ground at low mountains; (3) Broadleaf evergreen woodland formation on lowland and mountains; (4) Tropical evergreen broadleaf shrub vegetation on feralit ground; (5) Low grass formation in form of tropical rice without any wooden trees; (6) Non-rice high grass formation including perennial herbaceous plants and ferns; In which, the tropical monsoon evergreen forest formation in lowland and low mountains has 2 sub-formations: (i) Evergreen broadleaf forest in lowland and low mountains that suffer light impact; (ii) Evergreen broadleaf forest in lowland and low mountains that suffer strong impact; Tropical monsoon evergreen forest formation on limestone ground at low mountains has 1 sub-formation: (iii) Evergreen broadleaf forest on limestone ground at low mountains suffering strong impact; Broadleaf evergreen woodland formation on lowland and mountains has 2 sub-formations: (iv) Evergreen broadleaf woodland forest in lowland behind mountainous fields, (v) Tropical bamboo forest on lowland and low mountains; Tropical evergreen broadleaf shrub vegetation on feralit ground has 1 sub-formation: (vi) Tropical evergreen shrub vegetation without scattered wooden trees; Non-rice high grass formation including perennial herbaceous plants and ferns has 1 sub-formation: (vii) Forest Banana vegetation.

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Research on Current Status of the Vegetation Contiguous to the Historic Sites in Trung Yen Commune, Son Duong District, Tuyen Quang Province

How to cite this paper: Do Cong Ba. (2021) Research on Current Status of the Vegetation Contiguous to the Historic Sites in Trung Yen Commune, Son Duong District, Tuyen Quang ProvinceInternational Journal of Food Science and Agriculture5(2), 278-284.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2021.06.011

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