Phosphorus and nitrogen allocation in Allium ursinum on an alluvial floodplain (Eastern France). Is there an effect of flooding history?

@article{Trmolires2009PhosphorusAN,
  title={Phosphorus and nitrogen allocation in Allium ursinum on an alluvial floodplain (Eastern France). Is there an effect of flooding history?},
  author={M. Tr{\'e}moli{\`e}res and V. No{\"e}l and B. H{\'e}rault},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2009},
  volume={324},
  pages={279-289}
}
The change in phosphorus and nitrogen content in a common geophyte spring species, Allium ursinum, is studied in alluvial forests in relation to three flooding histories related to river regulation: (1) annually flooded, (2) unflooded for 30 years, and (3) unflooded for 200 years. Flood suppression leads to a reduction of available P soil content as well as decreasing the biomass and the amount of phosphorus in plants, but has no significant effect on N plant content. Plant N:P ratio increases… Expand
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