Seasonal patterns of carbon assimilation and allocation of a summer-green forest herb, Parasenecio auriculata (Senecioneae; Asteraceae)

@article{Ida2010SeasonalPO,
  title={Seasonal patterns of carbon assimilation and allocation of a summer-green forest herb, Parasenecio auriculata (Senecioneae; Asteraceae)},
  author={Takashi Y. Ida and Gaku Kudo},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={210},
  pages={181-193}
}
Summer-green herbs inhabiting deciduous forests often put out aerial shoots under bright conditions before tree-canopy closure and grow until late summer under the closed canopy. Some of them produce leaves continuously even after the initiation of canopy closure, indicating an exploitation of the low light period. The manner of carbon assimilation during bright and shade periods within a growth season should reflect the seasonal patterns of vegetative growth and reproductive allocation of… CONTINUE READING
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