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Building roots in a changing environment: implications for root longevity
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Using an efficiency model, it is shown that reduced tissue Nconcentration and reduced root maintenance respiration, both of which are predicted to result from elevated CO2, should lead to slightly longer root life spans. Expand
Soil Greenhouse Gas Fluxes during Wetland Forest Retreat along the Lower Savannah River, Georgia (USA)
Tidal freshwater forested wetlands (tidal swamps) are periodically affected by salinity intrusion at seaward transitions with marsh, which, along with altered hydrology, may affect the balance ofExpand
Water transport properties of vine and tree stems in a tropical deciduous forest
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This study quantified the volume of water passing a given xylem transverse area per time for a known pressure gradient across excised twigs of vines and trees. Expand
Site condition, structure, and growth of baldcypress along tidal/non-tidal salinity gradients
This report documents changes in forest structure and growth potential of dominant trees in salt-impacted tidal and non-tidal baldcypress wetlands of the southeastern United States. We inventoriedExpand
The rhizosphere : an ecological perspective
1 Introduction 2 Root life history and dynamics 3 The flux of carbon from roots to rhizosphere soil 4 Microbial communities and their activity in the rhizosphere 5 Rhizosphere microfauna 6 PlantExpand
Tropical deciduous forest: Death of a biome.
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The discussions were diverse, ranging from biogeochemical cycling to ethnobotany, and the fact that forest structure is most closely correlated to potential evapotranspiration and the length of the dry period suggests that tropical deciduous forest physiognomy, in contrast to species diversity, depends on both the amount and the timing of rainfall. Expand
HEAT AVOIDANCE LIFE HISTORY STRATEGY CONTROLS THE DISTRIBUTION OF GEOTHERMAL AGROSTIS IN YELLOWSTONE
Two Agrostis taxa occur in geothermal habitats of Yellowstone National Park: Agrostis rossiae is reported to be endemic to the thermal areas and A. scabra occurs both in thermal and nonthermalExpand
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