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Interactive effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on two phylogeographically distinct clones of common reed (Phragmites australis)
- Eller, Franziska, Lambertini, Carla, Nguyen, Loc Xuan, Achenbach, Luciana, Brix, Hans
- AoB plants 2013 v.5 no.0 pp. pls051
- Phragmites australis, carbon dioxide, clones, genetic background, physiology, temperature
- One European and one Mediterranean Phragmites australis genotype (DK clone and ALG clone, respectively) showed distinct aboveground growth and physiology in response to different treatment combinations of elevated CO2 and temperature according to their genetic background. The DK clone was the most responsive clone.