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baumgrenze A line through the last of the stunted trees, marking the limit of a zone of stunted tree growth (such as is often found near the upper limits of tree growth, above the elevations at which trees grow uniformly erect and in forest densities). The individual trees are sparsely scattered and prostrate, or almost so. See krummholz.

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baumgrenze

baumgrenze A line through the last of the stunted trees, marking the limit of a zone of stunted tree growth (such as is often found near the upper limits of tree growth, above the elevations at which trees grow uniformly erect and in forest densities). The individual trees are sparsely scattered and prostrate, or almost so.

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"baumgrenze." A Dictionary of Plant Sciences. . Retrieved August 22, 2017 from Encyclopedia.com: http://www.encyclopedia.com/science/dictionaries-thesauruses-pictures-and-press-releases/baumgrenze-0