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Gas exchange and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters of ornamental bromeliads
Gas exchange and chlorophyll a fluorescence are widely used in physiological and ecological studies; however, few studies have used these techniques with ornamental plants. This study tested the potential contribution of gas exchange and chlorophyll a fluorescence to evaluate the water and nutrients uptake by the tank and root system of epiphyte bromeliad Guzmania lingulata. For this purpose, we conducted an experiment with different water regime and another with different concentrations ofdoi:10.14295/oh.v23i4.1064 fatcat:b7csrtxfeza4ndshfssoacenhm