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Acclimatory responses of Arabidopsis to fluctuating light environment: comparison of different sunfleck regimes and accessions
Acclimation to fluctuating light environment with short (lasting 20 s, at 650 or 1,250 μmol photons m−2 s−1, every 6 or 12 min) or long (for 40 min at 650 μmol photons m−2 s−1, once a day at midday)Expand
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Recovery dynamics of growth, photosynthesis and carbohydrate accumulation after de-submergence: a comparison between two wetland plants showing escape and quiescence strategies.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS The capacity for fast-growth recovery after de-submergence is important for establishment of riparian species in a water-level-fluctuation zone. Recovery patterns of two wetlandExpand
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Photosynthetic acclimation is important for post-submergence recovery of photosynthesis and growth in two riparian species.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS Concomitant increases in O(2) and irradiance upon de-submergence can cause photoinhibition and photo-oxidative damage to the photosynthetic apparatus of plants. As energy andExpand
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Soil heterogeneity affects ramet placement of Hydrocotyle vulgaris.
Aims Soil heterogeneity is common in natural habitats. It may trigger foraging responses (placing more ramets and/or roots in nutrient-rich patches than in nutrient-poor patches) and further affectExpand
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The Invasive Wetland Plant Alternanthera philoxeroides Shows a Higher Tolerance to Waterlogging than Its Native Congener Alternanthera sessilis
Plant invasion is one of the major threats to natural ecosystems. Phenotypic plasticity is considered to be important for promoting plant invasiveness. High tolerance of stress can also increaseExpand
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Do Amplitudes of Water Level Fluctuations Affect the Growth and Community Structure of Submerged Macrophytes?
Submerged macrophytes are subjected to potential mechanical stresses associated with fluctuating water levels in natural conditions. However, few experimental studies have been conducted to furtherExpand
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Clonal integration facilitates spread of Paspalum paspaloides from terrestrial to cadmium-contaminated aquatic habitats.
Cadmium (Cd) is a hazardous environmental pollutant with high toxicity to plants, which has been detected in many wetlands. Clonal integration (resource translocation) between connected ramets ofExpand
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Heterogeneous water supply affects growth and benefits of clonal integration between co-existing invasive and native Hydrocotyle species
Spatial patchiness and temporal variability in water availability are common in nature under global climate change, which can remarkably influence adaptive responses of clonal plants, i.e. clonalExpand
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Photosynthetic responses of the riparian plant Arundinella anomala Steud. in Three Gorges reservoir region as affected by simulated flooding
To reveal the effects of flooding on the photosynthesis of riparian plant species Arundinella anomala Steud.in Three Gorges reservoir region,a flooding simulation experiment was conducted and theExpand
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Nitrogen addition increases intraspecific competition in the invasive wetland plant Alternanthera philoxeroides, but not in its native congener Alternanthera sessilis
Nitrogen is often released in pulses with different frequencies, and N supply pulses may affect growth, reproduction, and biomass allocation of plants. However, few studies have examined how N supplyExpand
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