Photosynthetic temperature responses of co-occurring desert winter annuals with contrasting resource-use efficiencies and different temporal patterns of resource utilization may allow for species coexistence

G. A. Barron-Gafford, A. L. Angert, D. L. Venable, A. P. Tyler, K. L. Gerst, T. E. Huxman

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