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Reproduction and clonal growth in potentilla anserina rosaceae the relation between growth form and dry weight allocation



Reproduction and clonal growth in potentilla anserina rosaceae the relation between growth form and dry weight allocation



Oecologia 66(3): 378-380



Allocation to clonal growth and reproduction were investigated in the stoloniferous plant P. anserina L. The aim was to reveal how the dry weight allocation pattern is related to an aspect of growth form; apical meristem utilization. A density mediated change in size did not affect the relation between reproduction and clonal growth. This pattern resulted from a shift in meristem utilization. The possibility of growth form constraints on dry weight allocation is discussed.

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