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Response to long- and short-term salinity in populations of the C4 nonhalophyte Andropogon glomeratus Walter B.S.P.
Author(s): W. D. Bowman and B. R. Strain
Publication Type: Article
Article Topic(s): Stress
Research Setting(s): Coastal,Laboratory,Wetland
Species Referenced: Andropogon glomeratus (Bushy bluestem),
AbstractUnder long-term exposure to salt stress, populations of Andropogon glomeratus from salt marshes and inland sites had similar reductions in growth rate. Some salt marsh populations exhibited a greater ability to withstand salt stress.
Suggested CitationW. D. Bowman and B. R. Strain. "Response to long- and short-term salinity in populations of the C4 nonhalophyte Andropogon glomeratus Walter B.S.P." Oecologia 75.1 (1988): 73-77.