The introduced shrub Tamarix ramosissima Lebed. invades riparian zones, but
loses competitiveness under flooding. This was tested in Tamarix ramosissima by
examining responses to flooding by soil type in a greenhouse setting. A field study
Invasion by nonnative plants is particularly prevalent in wetlands. While the ecological patterns in wetland plants are well known, it is less well known how flooding-related soil conditions influence the physiological success of introduced species...
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