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- Vasquez, Edward A., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- American journal of botany 2006 v.93 no.12 pp. 1784-1790
- Spartina alterniflora; Phragmites australis; invasive species; introduced plants; salt marshes; salt marsh plants; plant competition; brackish water; plant ecology; osmotic pressure; plant growth; haplotypes; salinity; salt stress; sodium chloride; dry matter accumulation; shoots; rhizomes; land use change; ecophysiology
- ... An invasive variety of Phragmites australis (Poaceae, common reed), the M haplotype, has been implicated in the spread of this species into North American salt marshes that are normally dominated by the salt marsh grass Spartina alterniflora (Poaceae, smooth cordgrass). In some European marshes, on the other hand, Spartina spp. derived from S. alterniflora have spread into brackish P. australis ma ...