Object structure

Title:

The effect of remains of helophytes on the growth of Phragmites communis Trin. and Typha latifolia L.

Subtitle:

The effect of helophyte remains on the reed and sedge growth

Creator:

Szczepańska, Wanda

Contributor:

Polska Akademia Nauk. Instytut Ekologii

Publisher:

Polish Scientific Publishers

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Date issued/created:

1977

Description:

Pages 437-445 : illustrations ; 24 cm ; Bibliographical references (page 445) ; Abstract in Polish

Subject and Keywords:

Phragmites australis ; Typha latifolia ; helophytes ; development ; ecology

Abstract:

The growth rate and production of new shoots and biomass of Phragmites communis Trin. and broadleaf cattail Typha latifolia L. decreased proportionally to the amount of introduced helophyte remains (dead aboveground parts). The 20-day period of slower growth rate of cattail is followed by intense growth proportional to its former delay in growth. An accelerated growth following· the period of suppressed growth of reed growing on remains of sweet grass Glyceria maxima (Hartm.) Holnb. is similar as in the case of cattail, whereas as regards the reed growing on remains of reed and cattail this has not been observed.

Relation:

Ekologia Polska

Volume:

25

Issue:

3

Start page:

437

End page:

445

Resource Type:

Article

Format:

application/pdf

Source:

MiIZ PAN, call no. P.2840

Language:

eng

Language of abstract:

pol

Rights:

Creative Commons Attribution BY 3.0 PL license

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. [CC BY 3.0 PL] May be used within the scope specified in Creative Commons Attribution BY 3.0 PL license, full text available at: ; -

Digitizing institution:

Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Library of the Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Projects co-financed by:

Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.