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Author(s):Pan, Lei; Wang, Qi; An, Yuan
Author Affiliation:Pan and An: College of Agriculture and Biology, Shanghai Jiaotong University/Key Laboratory of Urban Agriculture (South), Ministry of Agriculture, Shanghai, China; Wang: Yunnan Forestry Technological College, Kunming, China
Title:Effects of field water capacities and trampling intensities on growth and physiological characteristics of Zoysiagrass
Source:Zhongguo Caodi Xuebao [Chinese Journal of Grassland]. Vol. 34, No. 5, 2012, p. Unknown.
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Publishing Information:[China]: Zhongguo Nongye Kexueyuan Caoyuan Yanjiusuo
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Cultivar evaluation; Evaluative methods; Field capacity; Morphological responses; Physiological responses; Trampling; Water stress; Zoysia japonica
Cultivar Names:Shanghai
Abstract/Contents:"The effects of trampling intensities and field water capacities on physiological and morphological characteristics of Shanghai zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica Steud. cv. Shanghai) were studied under different field water capacities (90%, 75% and 50%) and trampling intensities (none trampling, moderate trampling and heavy trampling). The results showed that the electronic conductance rate and MDA content in leaves were increased with the decrease of field water capacities from 95% to 50% under none trampling treatment, but the difference among them were not significant, while proline content were significantly increased. The above-ground biomass and density of lawn were significantly decreased under heavy trampling stress in all three field water capacities, while there were no significant difference in above-ground biomass and turf density between none trampling and moderate trampling under 75% and 50% field water capacities. Under condition of the same field water capacity, the electronic conductance rate, MDA content and proline content in leaves were increased with the increase of trampling intensity, and the levels of electronic conductance rate and MDA content under combined stress of moderate trampling and 75% field water capacity were lowest among all treatments. The effect of trampling stress on photosynthetic characteristics in community level was more significant than water stress. This research indicated that the Shanghai zoysiagrass possessed very strong ability in drought resistance, and was a good turfgrass species for establishing lawn of water saving, 75% field water capacity and moderate trampling intensity was important basis for managing opened zoysia lawn."
Language:Chinese
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Note:Abstract also appears in English
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Pan, L., Q. Wang, and Y. An. 2012. Effects of field water capacities and trampling intensities on growth and physiological characteristics of Zoysiagrass. (In Chinese) Zhongguo Caodi Xuebao [Chinese Journal of Grassland]. 34(5):p. Unknown.
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