International Journal of Forestry Research / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Leaf Gas Exchange and Nutrient Use Efficiency Help Explain the Distribution of Two Neotropical Mangroves under Contrasting Flooding and Salinity

Figure 1

Instantaneous carbon assimilation ( ) and stomatal conductance ( ) for Laguncularia racemosa (L) and Rhizophora mangle (R) leaves in response to tidal flooding (TF) or permanent flooding (PF) with 10 g/L (10S) or 40 g/L (40S) salinity. Data are displayed according to the highest order significant interaction (Table 1). Values are means ±  1SE. Effects annotated with the same letter indicate lack of significance ( ) after Bonferroni adjustment ( ) for a particular graph.
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