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Title: Woody plants, carbon allocation and fine roots
Author: Pregitzer, Kurt S.
Source: New Phytologist. 158: 421-424.
The ability of woody plants to survive for decades, centuries, sometimes millennia, is due in part to their capacity to withstand environmental stress by shifting their resources from roots, to shoots, to storage reserves.
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Pregitzer, Kurt S. 2003. Woody plants, carbon allocation and fine roots. New Phytologist. 158: 421-424.
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