Seasonality of foliar respiration in two dominant plant species from the Arctic tundra: Response to long-term warming and short-term temperature variability
Direct measurements of foliar carbon exchange through the growing season in Arctic species are limited, despite the need for accurate estimates of photosynthesis and respiration to characterise carbon cycling in the tundra. We examined seasonal variation
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