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Growth and Physiological Responses of Tundra Plants to Defoliation Author(s): Steve Archer and Larry L. Tieszen

Summary: Growth and Physiological Responses of Tundra Plants to Defoliation
Author(s): Steve Archer and Larry L. Tieszen
Source: Arctic and Alpine Research, Vol. 12, No. 4, Patterns of Vegetation and Herbivory in
Arctic Tundra: Results from the Research on Arctic Tundra Environments (RATE) Program
(Nov., 1980), pp. 531-552
Published by: INSTAAR, University of Colorado
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1550499
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Source: Archer, Steven R. - Savanna/Woodland Ecology Lab., School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona


Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology