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Biologically, a woodland is differentiated from a forest. In these terms, a forest has a largely-closed canopy -- in other words, the branches and foliage of trees interlock overhead to provide extensive and nearly continuous shade.
(Del b. lat. foresta, bosque).
1. f. Terreno poblado de plantas forestales.
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... proporciones de árboles, arbustos y hierbas que la componen; en este estudio se
incluyen nueve clases fisionómicas: bosque denso, bosque ralo, matorral denso ... www.inbio.ac.cr/ecomapas/glosario03.htm