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A comparison of the respiration of four important species in a natural meadow stand and the dynamics of assimilates in vegetatively propagated Deschampsia caespitosa



A comparison of the respiration of four important species in a natural meadow stand and the dynamics of assimilates in vegetatively propagated Deschampsia caespitosa



Ekologia Travneho Porastu II: 152-159



Respiratory loss of assimilates was compared in Nardus stricta, Deschampsia cespitosa, Bistorta major and Sanguisorba officinalis. Leaf respiration rates were 0.011, 0.016, 0.022 and 0.041 micro l O2/mg DM min in N. stricta, D. cespitosa, S. officinalis and B. major, resp.; corresponding figures for respiratory losses of assimilate were 0.018, 0.027, 0.037 and 0.069 mg carbohydrate/mg DM day. The spp. with high respiration rates generally had high photosynthetic rates.

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