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Variation in growth, phosphate absorption, and phosphorus fractions as adaptations to phosphorus stress in New Zealand tussock grasses



Variation in growth, phosphate absorption, and phosphorus fractions as adaptations to phosphorus stress in New Zealand tussock grasses



Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 62(2): 162



Chionochloa pallens and C. crassiuscula from high and low P soils resp., were grown in sol. culture and their response to P availability compared. C. crassiuscula produced less biomass at all levels of P supply and was less responsive to changing P availability than C. pallens. C. crassiuscula had higher tissue P conc. than C. pallens because it grew more slowly but absorbed P at a similar rate to C. pallens.

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