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Barnes, M.A., C.L. Jerde, D. Keller, W.L. Chadderton, J.G. Howeth, and D.M. Lodge. 2013. Viability of Aquatic Plant Fragments following Desiccation. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6(2):320-325. https://doi.org/10.1614%2FIPSM-D-12-00060.1.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 29462
Type: Journal Article
Author: Barnes, M.A., C.L. Jerde, D. Keller, W.L. Chadderton, J.G. Howeth, and D.M. Lodge.
Date (year): 2013
Article Title:Viability of Aquatic Plant Fragments following Desiccation
Journal Name: Invasive Plant Science and Management
Volume: 6
Issue: 2
Pages: 320-325
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Keywords: Cabomba , Ceratophyllum demersum , Egeria densa , Elodea canadensis , Hydrilla verticillata , Myriophyllum aquaticum , Myriophyllum spicatum , Potamogeton crispus , air , aquatic weeds , boats , drought , ecosystems , insulating materials , invasive species , lakes , physiological response , plant response , prediction , sediments , seeds , tubers , viability , water gardening
DOI: 10.1614%2FIPSM-D-12-00060.1
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