Because the evidence for fire as an evolutionary force is so overwhelming, Pausas et al. (2016) conveniently organized fire-adapted plant species into three syndromes for better management. The resulting Non-Fast-Hot syndrome scheme shows how different plant species likely evolved to either resist or use three dimensions of flammability (ignitability, fire spread rate, and heat release) for higher fitness.
Pausas, Juli G., Keeley, Jon E., and Dylan W. Schwilk. 2016. Flammability as an ecological and evolutionary driver. Journal of Ecology. 105:289-297. doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12691