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Ecophysiology of two native invasive woody species and two dominant warm-season grasses in the semiarid grasslands of the Nebraska Sandhills

Author(s): K. D. Eggemeyer, T. Awada, D. A. Wedin, F. E. Harvey and X. H. Zhou

Month: Sep
Year: 2006

Journal: International Journal of Plant Sciences
Volume: 167
Issue: 5
Pages: 991-999

Article Topic(s): Chemistry,Light,Water
Research Setting(s): Laboratory

Species Referenced: Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass),

Abstract

Photosynthetic rates and water use efficiency were characterized for Pinus ponderosa, Juniperus virginiana, Schizacyrium scoparium and Panicum virgatum.

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K. D. Eggemeyer, T. Awada, D. A. Wedin, F. E. Harvey and X. H. Zhou. "Ecophysiology of two native invasive woody species and two dominant warm-season grasses in the semiarid grasslands of the Nebraska Sandhills." International Journal of Plant Sciences 167.5 (2006): 991-999.

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ISSN: 1058-5893
DOI: 10.1086/505797

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