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Response of Lotus tenuis and Lotus corniculatus (Leguminosae) to flooding at different stages



Response of Lotus tenuis and Lotus corniculatus (Leguminosae) to flooding at different stages



Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia La Plata 101(1): 57-66



In pot experiments in the field in 1991 at Balcarce, Argentina, L. tenuis and L. corniculatus were subjected to flooding for 49 days. Leaf emergence, expansion, area and weight were all reduced by flooding. Root dry weight was reduced in both species, while stem weight was reduced only in L. corniculatus. Young plants were more susceptible to flooding but L. corniculatus of all ages was always more affected than L. tenuis.

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