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Physiological, morphological, and phenological aspects of crop-weed competition strategies



Physiological, morphological, and phenological aspects of crop-weed competition strategies



Reviews of Weed Science 6: 51-76



Strategies for coping with stress and acclimation mechanisms in weeds that are needed for successful competition are reviewed. Anatomical and plant descriptive aspects of plant form related to such mechanisms are discussed, together with phenology or the rate of morphogenesis and some physiology.

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