Alterations in biomass allocation indicate the adaptation of submersed macrophytes to low-light stress

@article{Chen2020AlterationsIB,
  title={Alterations in biomass allocation indicate the adaptation of submersed macrophytes to low-light stress},
  author={Jianfeng Chen and W. Ren and Qingchuan Chou and Haojie Su and L. Ni and M. Zhang and Zugen Liu and P. Xie},
  journal={Ecological Indicators},
  year={2020},
  volume={113},
  pages={106235}
}
  • Jianfeng Chen, W. Ren, +5 authors P. Xie
  • Published 2020
  • Biology
  • Ecological Indicators
  • Abstract The decline in submersed macrophytes induced by low-light stress is ubiquitous in mid-lower Yangtze lakes in China. However, the trade-offs among the adaptation mechanisms used by submersed macrophytes to low-light stress remain unclear. Moreover, the experimental period used in most previous studies was relatively short, and plant traits were not monitored multiple throughout the experimental period. In the present study, we examined the growth of a representative submersed macrophyte… CONTINUE READING
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