Briza subaristata was particularly conservative in terms of its allocation to roots and this contrasted with observations for other species. The authors note that this contradicts the conclusion that compensatory growth aboveground in associated to inevitable losses belowground. They conclude that compensatory response to grazing depends on the type and level of stress limiting growth." />
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Effect of stress and time for recovery on the amount of compensatory growth after grazing