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Photosynthesis and fluctuating asymmetry as indicators of plant response to soil disturbance in the fall-line sandhills of Georgia: a case study using Rhus copallinum and Ipomoea pandurata
- Freeman, D.C., Brown, M.L., Duda, J.J., Graham, J.H., Emlen, J.M., Krzysik, A.J., Balbach, H.E., Kovacic, D.A., Zak, J.C.
- International journal of plant sciences 2004 v.165 no.5 pp. 805-816
- plant development, Ipomoea, stomatal conductance, plant stress, microhabitats, case studies, soil physical properties, physiological response, plant response, Rhus, prescribed burning, photosynthesis, Georgia