Long-term effects of drought on wild and cultivated plants in the Negev desert

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The relation between daily maximal rates of net photosynthesis and plant water status was studied during a dry season on irrigated and non-irrigated, naturally growing, perennial wild plants. Species were examined which differ in phenology, leaf anatomy and morphology: Hammada scoparia, Artemisia herba-alba, Zygophyllum dumosum, and Reaumuria negevensis… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00346700

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@article{Schulze1980LongtermEO, title={Long-term effects of drought on wild and cultivated plants in the Negev desert}, author={E. -D. Schulze and A. E. Hall and Otto Lange and Michael Evenari and Lizzy S Kappen and Uwe Buschbom}, journal={Oecologia}, year={1980}, volume={45}, pages={19-25} }