Seasonal patterns of carbohydrate translocation and synthesis of structural carbon components in Typha angustifolia

  title={Seasonal patterns of carbohydrate translocation and synthesis of structural carbon components in Typha angustifolia},
  author={Takashi Asaeda and Pratima Sharma and Lalith Rajapakse},
Quantitative studies of material budgets and resource allocation patterns of emergent plants are needed to fully understand nutrient and carbon cycling in wetlands. Whole-plant translocation patterns of nonstructural carbohydrates and synthesis of structural carbon were documented using two (shallow and deepwater) populations of Typha angustifolia in floodplain habitats of the Arakawa River, Japan. Monthly and bimonthly measurements of the concentrations of total carbon, non-structural… CONTINUE READING
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