Phenological comparison between two co-occurring Mediterranean woody species differing in growth form

@inproceedings{CastroDeza2005PhenologicalCB,
  title={Phenological comparison between two co-occurring Mediterranean woody species differing in growth form},
  author={Pilar Castro-Dı́eza and Rub{\'e}n Millab and Virginia Sanza},
  year={2005}
}
  • Pilar Castro-Dı́eza, Rubén Millab, Virginia Sanza
  • Published 2005
Halimium atriplicifolium and Thymus vulgaris are two Mediterranean woody species, which differ in growth form and may co-occur under the same climatic constraints. Both possess distinct short (SS) and long shoots (LS). The aims of this work were: (1) to compare their phenological patterns, (2) to relate plant phenology with root depth and summer water potential, and (3) to compare the structure and phenology of SS and LS. Pre-dawn and mid-day shoot water potentials (Cpd and Cmd) were assessed… CONTINUE READING
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