K. Cannon's research while affiliated with Macquarie University and other places

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Summary The spectrum between species with low leaf mass per area (LMA), short-lived leaves and high photosynthetic rate to those with high LMA, long-lived leaves and low photosynthetic rate is one of the major spectra of variation between plant species, and is of particular relevance to the ‘carbon-gain strategy’ of plants. In this study the relati...

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... This may be due to the limitation of soil nutrient availability across global grassland (Craine and Jackson 2010). Plants tend to have high nutrient resorption efficiency to maintain their growth under limited soil nutrient availability (Wright and Cannon 2001;Zong et al. 2018). The results of our study also indicated that N addition reduced PRE, which was in agreement with previous reports of N addition reducing PRE in forest, grassland, and shrubland ecosystems (Yuan and Chen 2015b;Su et al. 2021). ...