Population Status And Conservation Hotspots Of Prunus Africana (hook. F.) Kalkman In
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Population Status And Conservation Hotspots Of Prunus Africana (hook. F.) Kalkman In South Nandi Forest, Western Kenya
Prunus africana is assessed as vulnerable globally by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. The conservation status is however general and under-illustrated. It lacks details on the actual threats that cause precarious spatial distribution of the population in certain localities such as South Nandi Forest, Western Kenya. This study assessed the population structure of P. africana by correlation of biometric variable including Diameter at Breast Height and height class distribution and regeneration with the diversity and frequency of threats in spatial context of the plant species. Stratified Random Sampling was used to establish three belt transects of 400 m by 2 km within theDownloadViews: 128

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