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Herbaceous plant species invading natural areas tend to have stronger adaptive root foraging than other naturalized species

Herbaceous plant species invading natural areas tend to have stronger adaptive root foraging than other naturalized species

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KESER, Lidewij H., Eric J. W. VISSER, Wayne DAWSON, Yao-Bin SONG, Fei-Hai YU, Markus FISCHER, Ming DONG, Mark VAN KLEUNEN, 2015. Herbaceous plant species invading natural areas tend to have stronger adaptive root foraging than other naturalized species. In: Frontiers in Plant Science. 6, 273. eISSN 1664-462X. Available under: doi: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00273

@article{Keser2015Herba-31054, title={Herbaceous plant species invading natural areas tend to have stronger adaptive root foraging than other naturalized species}, year={2015}, doi={10.3389/fpls.2015.00273}, volume={6}, journal={Frontiers in Plant Science}, author={Keser, Lidewij H. and Visser, Eric J. W. and Dawson, Wayne and Song, Yao-Bin and Yu, Fei-Hai and Fischer, Markus and Dong, Ming and van Kleunen, Mark}, note={Article Number: 273} }

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