Osmotic adjustment, stomata morphology and function show contrasting responses to water stress in mesic and hydric grasses under elevated CO2 concentration

S. W. Mwendia, I. A.M. Yunusa, B. M. Sindel, R. D.B. Whalley, J. J. Bruhl

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