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Journal of Sensors
Leymus chinensis is a perennial rhizomatous clonal plant with strong tolerance to mowing, grazing, drought, and salt-alkali. However, with patchy soil environment, how mowing affect the photosynthesis of L. chinensis in heterogeneous patches is largely unknown. In this experiment, we tested the effects of mowing intensity (0, 35%, and 70% removal of aboveground biomass) on plant photosynthesis under different heterogeneous patches with different saline-alkali soil. We found that moderatedoi:10.1155/2020/4510275 fatcat:gfxe4ccrfvd6fkdhqcqnitu2wi