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Are Phragmites-dominated wetlands a net source or net sink of greenhouse gases?
Phragmites australis wetlands act as a sink for greenhouse gases by photosynthetic assimilation of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and sequestration of the organic matter produced in theExpand
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Root-zone acidity and nitrogen source affects Typha latifolia L. growth and uptake kinetics of ammonium and nitrate.
The NH(4)(+) and NO(3)(-) uptake kinetics by Typha latifolia L. were studied after prolonged hydroponics growth at constant pH 3.5, 5.0, 6.5 or 7.0 and with NH(4)(+) or NO(3)(-) as the sole N-source.Expand
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Controls on soil cellulose decomposition along a salinity gradient in a Phragmites australis wetland in Denmark
Although soil organic matter decomposition is an important process determining nutrient transformations and availability in wetland ecosystems, few studies have attempted to assess whichExpand
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Seed germination of two everglades species, Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis.
The germination requirements of Cladium jamaicenseCrantz and Typha domingensisPers. were studied under controlled conditions in the laboratory. Treatments included six temperature regimes, (constantExpand
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The effects of NH4+ and NO3- on growth, resource allocation and nitrogen uptake kinetics of Phragmites australis and Glyceria maxima
Abstract The effects of NH4+ or NO3− on growth, resource allocation and nitrogen (N) uptake kinetics of two common helophytes Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel and Glyceria maxima (Hartm.)Expand
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Growth, biomass allocation and nutrient use efficiency in Cladium jamaicense and Typha domingensis as affected by phosphorus and oxygen availability
Abstract The effects of phosphorus (P) and oxygen availability on growth, biomass allocation and nutrient use efficiency in Cladium jamaicense Crantz and Typha domingensis Pers. were studied in aExpand
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WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN CONSTRUCTED REED BEDS IN DENMARK — STATE OF THE ART
Since 1983 more than 130 reed bed systems have been constructed in Denmark. All systems are designed as subsurface flow systems which are thought to pass wastewater horizontally through theExpand
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Growth responses of the Everglades wet prairie species Eleocharis cellulosa and Rhynchospora tracyi to water level and phosphate availability
Root and shoot growth response of Eleocharis cellulosaand Rhynchospora tracyi, two wet prairie species from the Everglades, to water level and phosphate availability were examined in rhizotronsExpand
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Different sensitivity of Phragmites australis and Glyceria maxima to high availability of ammonium-N
Abstract The ability to cope with NH4+-N was studied in the littoral helophytes Phragmites australis and Glyceria maxima, species commonly occupying fertile habitats rich in NH4+ and often used inExpand
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Interactive effects of redox intensity and phosphate availability on growth and nutrient relations of Cladium jamaicense (Cyperaceae).
Expansion of Typha domingensis into areas previously dominated by Cladium jamaicense in the Florida Everglades has been linked to anthropogenic phosphorus (P) enrichment and increased hydroperiod.Expand
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