Differences in rhizome branching frequency (measured as the number of branches per unit of rhizome length) between L (light), M (mowed), S (shaded), LM (half-light – half-mowed) and LS (half-light – half-shaded) treatments at the scale of pots (a) or half-pots/habitat patches (b). For the former, treatments not sharing the same letter were significantly different at p < 0.05, while for the latter: ns = not significant.

  Part of: Martin F-M, Dommanget F, Lavallée F, Evette A (2020) Clonal growth strategies of Reynoutria japonica in response to light, shade, and mowing, and perspectives for management. NeoBiota 56: 89-110. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.56.47511