+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Ecophysiology of perennial grasses under water deficits and competition



Ecophysiology of perennial grasses under water deficits and competition



Photosynthesis: mechanisms and effects Volume V Proceedings of the XIth International Congress on Photosynthesis, Budapest, Hungary, 17-22 August 1998: 4053-4056



Pure and mixed stands of Holcus lanatus, Koeleria glauca, Lolium perenne and Dactylis glomerata were grown under greenhouse conditions at 2 salinity and 2 soil water levels. H. lanatus had the least reduction of leaf size due to stress, and had the highest water use efficiency and accumulation of free proline.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 003103298

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Ecophysiology of five Mediterranean perennial grasses: I. Effects of shade, water stress and defoliation on growth and allocation. Plant Biosystems 131(3): 207-215, 1997

The effects of water and nitrogen supply on the competition between three perennial meadow grasses. Acta Oecologica, Oecologia Plantarum 4(1): 71-82, 1983

The effects of water and nitrogen supply on the competition between 3 perennial meadow grasses. Acta Oecologica Oecologia Plantarum 4(1): 71-82, 1983

Ecophysiology of three C-4 perennial grasses in the northern Chihuahuan desert. Southwestern Naturalist 39(2): 122-127, 1994

Ecophysiology of five Mediterranean perennial grasses: II. Effects of shade on gas exchange. Plant Biosystems 132(1): 21-27, 1998

Established perennial grasses reduce the growth of emerging subterranean clover seedlings through competition for water, light, and nutrients. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 49(1): 41-51, 1998

Growth of Stipa gynerioides in competition with defoliated or undefoliated desirable perennial grasses under different levels of soil water availability. People and rangelands: building the future Proceedings of the VI International Rangeland Congress, Townsville, Queensland, Australia, 19-23 July, 1999 Volumes 1 and 2: 248-249, 1999

The effects of water and nitrogen supply on the competition between three perennial meadow grasses Alopecurus pratensis, Arrhenatherum elatius, Bromis erectus. Acta oecologica(1): 71-82, 1983

Persistence and production of perennial grasses under water deficits and extreme temperatures importance of intra-specific versus inter-specific variability. 2012

On the evaluation of the effects of top and root competition between grasses by the partition technique. 1. Comparison of top and root competition between perennial ryegrass and tall fescue in Japan. Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science 32(2): 109-116, 1986

Competition and facilitation during the establishment of perennial grasses. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 86: 296, 2001

The evaluation of the effects of top and root competition between grasses by partition technique 1. comparison of top and root competition between perennial ryegrass lolium perenne and tall fescue festuca arundinacea japan. Grassland Science 32(2): 109-116, 1986

Intensity and importance of inter- and intraspecific competition between C4 perennial grasses. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74(2 Suppl. ): 144, 1993

Role of Size and Nitrogen in Competition between Annual and Perennial Grasses. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6(1): 87-98, 2013

Competition between burro-weed and annual and perennial grasses for soil moisture. Proc. Amer. Forage and Grassl. Counc, 11-27. Bibl. 2, 1966