Photosynthetic response of Fragaria orientalis in different water contrast clonal integration

@article{Zhang2008PhotosyntheticRO,
  title={Photosynthetic response of Fragaria orientalis in different water contrast clonal integration},
  author={Yunchun Zhang and Qiaoying Zhang and Peng Luo and Ning Wu},
  journal={Ecological Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={617-625}
}
The capacity to exchange resources and non-resource agents is one of the most outstanding features of clonal plants. Contrast between patches in a heterogeneous environment is the main external driving force behind integration effects. It was hypothesized, on the basis of the source–sink hypothesis, that assimilate demand from drought-stressed ramets will result in enhancement of the photosynthesis of well-watered ramets by a mechanism of feedback regulation, that the negative effect of drought… CONTINUE READING
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