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Relationship between morphological and physiological responses to waterlogging and salinity in Sporobolus virginicus (L.) Kunth


, : Relationship between morphological and physiological responses to waterlogging and salinity in Sporobolus virginicus (L.) Kunth. Oecologia 93(3): 360-366

The effects of waterlogging and salinity on morphological and physiological responses in S. virginicus were investigated in a 4 X 2 factorial pot experiment.

Accession: 002477882

DOI: 10.1007/bf00317879

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