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Volume 21 Issue 6
Dec.  2010
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Soil Stabilizing Capability of Three Plant Species Growing on the Three Gorges Reservoir Riverside

doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0142-9
  • Received Date: 2018-07-15
  • Rev Recd Date: 2018-07-15
  • Publish Date: 2018-07-15
  • Plant regrowth capacity and soil protection were investigated using three flooding-tolerant Yangtze River riverside species (Arundinella anomala, Hemartria compressa and Cynodon dactylon). The root and leaf surface growth, the plant regrowth capacity and the mitigation of soil runoff were analyzed using potted plants that were covered with 5, 10 and 18 cm new sediments, respectively. A. anomala reacted most slowly to the recovery from new sediments, while H. compressa had the highest recovery rates. The latter could produce 24 times the initial root length and 41 times its original leaf surface during the growth period of 12 weeks. C. dactylon showed no significant change in growth in relation to the rising sediment thickness, which means that even 18 cm of new sediments were tolerated by C. dactylon...
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Soil Stabilizing Capability of Three Plant Species Growing on the Three Gorges Reservoir Riverside

doi: 10.1007/s12583-010-0142-9

Abstract: Plant regrowth capacity and soil protection were investigated using three flooding-tolerant Yangtze River riverside species (Arundinella anomala, Hemartria compressa and Cynodon dactylon). The root and leaf surface growth, the plant regrowth capacity and the mitigation of soil runoff were analyzed using potted plants that were covered with 5, 10 and 18 cm new sediments, respectively. A. anomala reacted most slowly to the recovery from new sediments, while H. compressa had the highest recovery rates. The latter could produce 24 times the initial root length and 41 times its original leaf surface during the growth period of 12 weeks. C. dactylon showed no significant change in growth in relation to the rising sediment thickness, which means that even 18 cm of new sediments were tolerated by C. dactylon...

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