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|Title:||Photosynthesis of herbaceous plants from nutrient-poor tropical forests|
|Authors:||Ong, B.-L. |
Specific leaf mass
|Source:||Ong, B.-L., Chan, S.-S., Turner, I.M. (1997). Photosynthesis of herbaceous plants from nutrient-poor tropical forests. Photosynthetica 34 (2) : 317-320. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1006813212377|
|Abstract:||Photosynthetic characteristics, specific leaf mass, chlorophyll and total leaf nitrogen concentrations of four herbaceous plants (Dicranopteris linearis, Hanguana malayana, Pentaphragma ellipticum, Tacca integrifolia) from nutrient-poor tropical forests showed that all these plants were well-adapted to their natural growth environments. No photoinhibition was observed even in the understorey plants.|
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