Definition of phytogeographic in English:



  • See phytogeography

    • ‘The strongest phytogeographic connections have been proposed to be with the Mediterranean basin and north-western Africa; apparent links with south-eastern Africa and neotropical regions can also be traced.’
    • ‘The occurrence of Glandularia canadensis in Giles County represents a county record and adds to the phytogeographic information of limestone cedar glade species in Tennessee.’
    • ‘The least represented phytogeographic zone is freshwater swamp and related aquatic permanently and seasonally flooded vegetation.’
    • ‘However, the phytogeographic affinities of this portion of the Currituck Spit do lie largely with the southeastern Coastal Plain, lending credence to its nativity there.’
    • ‘In addition to water, another important factor in determining the phytogeographic distribution of CAM succulents is temperature.’