Carbon Allocation to Root and Shoot Systems of Woody Plants

@inproceedings{Coleman2002CarbonAT,
  title={Carbon Allocation to Root and Shoot Systems of Woody Plants},
  author={Mark D. Coleman and J. G. Bebrands},
  year={2002}
}
Carbon allocation to roots is of widespread and increasing interest due to a growing appreciation of the importance of root processes to whole-plant physiology and plant productivity. Carbon (C) allocation commonly refers to the distribution of C among plant organs (e.g., leaves, stems, roots); however, the term also applies to functional categories within organs such as defense, injury, repair and storage (Mooney, 1972). It also includes C consumed by roots in maintenance respiration and… CONTINUE READING
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