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...
"The phenotype of two Andropogon gerardii subspecies, big bluestem and sand bluestem, varies broadly throughout the Great Plains of North America, giving rise to ecotypes within the species. This study sought to discriminate between genetic and...
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