Bunchgrass architecture, light interception, and water-use efficiency: assessment by fiber optic point quadrats and gas exchange View Full Text


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DATE

1983-09

AUTHORS

M. M. Caldwell, T. J. Dean, R. S. Nowak, R. S. Dzurec, J. H. Richards

ABSTRACT

The bunchgrass growth form, which is very prominent in water-limited environments, can result in considerable self-shading of photosynthetically active foliage. The consequences of this growth form for light interception and water-use efficiency (photosynthesis/transpiration, P/T) were investigated for two Agropyron species which differ in tussock density and degree of self-shading. During the period of most active gas exchange, the tussocks were very compact and photosynthesis of shaded foliage was markedly light-limited. Stomatal control of older shaded foliage was poorly attuned for water-use efficiency. At low light, P/T decreased and intercellular CO2 concentrations increased. Despite differences in architecture and amount of shaded foliage, P/T of whole tussocks under ambient field conditions did not differ between these species. Partial defoliation decreased, rather than increased, P/T, primarily as a result of the poor photosynthetic light harvesting by the remaining foliage. Despite self-shading, the architecture of widely-spaced bunchgrasses provides for interception of as much direct beam solar radiation as is calculated for a rhizomatous grass occupying an area six-fold greater than the ground area underneath the canopy of these bunchgrasses. More... »

PAGES

178-184

Journal

TITLE

Oecologia

ISSUE

2-3

VOLUME

59

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00378835

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28310231


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