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Proportional dry-mass content as an underlying trait for the variation in relative growth rate among 22 Eurasian populations of Dactylis glomerata s.l



Proportional dry-mass content as an underlying trait for the variation in relative growth rate among 22 Eurasian populations of Dactylis glomerata s.l



Functional Ecology 13(4): 473-482



Relative growth rate (RGR), proportional dry-mass content of leaf and stem tissues, and biomass-allocation pattern were assessed under controlled conditions for 22 populations of Dactylis glomerata s.l. from contrasting latitudes and altitudes in Europe, Israel and Kazakhstan. Furthermore, width and thickness of leaves were measured in garden-grown mature plants. All these parameters varied significantly among the populations.

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DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2435.1999.00349.x


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