Variation in salinity tolerance and water use strategies in an introduced woody halophyte (Tamarix spp.)

Randy Long, Carla D'Antonio, Tom Dudley & Kevin Hultine
1. The form and function of terrestrial plants is largely governed by the availability of water, with plants in water limited environments expressing traits minimizing water loss and tissue damage during drought. Areas with high salinity are analogous to those with low water availability, even where water is abundant. We evaluated variation in salinity tolerance and water use strategies in an introduced halophytic shrub, Tamarix spp by measuring gas exchange rates, biomass accumulation, and turgor...
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