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Contribution to the biosystematic and ecological study of the orophilic complex Carex sempervirens Vill. (Cyperaceae). Ecophysiological characterization of the populations


, : Contribution to the biosystematic and ecological study of the orophilic complex Carex sempervirens Vill. (Cyperaceae). Ecophysiological characterization of the populations. Pirineos 36(127): 73-117

European populations of C. sempervirens were examined for germination, mineral nutrition and resistance to foliar dehydration. High altitude adversely affected germination. Populations of subsp. sempervirens and subsp. pseudotristis responded differently to light.


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