Biofuel Component Concentrations and Yields of Switchgrass in South Central U . S . Environments

@inproceedings{Cassida2005BiofuelCC,
  title={Biofuel Component Concentrations and Yields of Switchgrass in South Central U . S . Environments},
  author={K. A. Cassida and James P. Muir and Mark A. Hussey and Janet C. Read and B. C. Venuto and William R. Ocumpaugh},
  year={2005}
}
and Vogel, 1995). Morphological type is designated as lowland (tall, coarse stems, adapted to poor drainage) Optimizing biofuel production and quality from switchgrass (Panand upland (short, fine stems, good drought tolerance), icum virgatum L.) may require matching of ecotype and morphological type to environments, particularly in southern regions. Nine while physiological ecotype is determined by latitude genotypes from four combinations of ecotype and morphological switchof origin (broadly… CONTINUE READING
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