Identify the similarities and differences between the concepts of “aboveground tier” and “underground tier”.

Comparison of aboveground and underground tier

Similarity: the presence of tiers (floors); direction – top to bottom Differences:

criteria aerial layering underground level
what caused plant height the depth of the roots
number of tiers 5-6 3-5
species richness very rich small


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