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We applied a semi-mechanistic model of fresh matter accumulation to peach fruit during the stage of rapid mesocarp development. The model, which is based on simple hypotheses of fluid flows into and out of the fruit, assumes that solution flow into the fruit increases with fruit weight and...
Two-year-old beech ( Fagus sylvatica L.) saplings were planted directly in the ground at high density (100 per m 2 ), in an experimental design that realistically mimicked field conditions, and grown for two years in air containing CO 2 at either ambient or an elevated (ambient + 350 ppm)...
Quercus agrifolia Nee and Quercus durata Jeps. are sclerophyllous evergreens that co-occur in regions of northern California that have a serpentine-derived soil. The species are of similar stature and density where they grow together, even though late-drought xylem pressure potentials indicate...
Isoprene emissions were studied in one-year old sweetgum ( Liquidambar styraciflua L.) seedlings during nine drying–rewatering cycles extending over five months. Each drying cycle lasted to the point of leaf wilting. Growth was essentially stopped in response to the first drying cycle, though...
We developed a protocol for the production of shoots from bud explants from 1- to 7-year-old trees of western white pine ( Pinus monticola Dougl.). The best explant was a 2-mm-thick cross-sectional slice of the early winter bud. Genotype of the donor tree was a significant factor affecting shoot...
Seedlings of Taxodium distichum L., Quercus lyrata Walt. and Q. falcata var. pagodaefolia Ell. were grown for 22 days in a rhizotron system providing two soil redox potential regimes, +170 mV (low Eh) and +560 mV (high Eh). Leaf chlorophyll concentration and gas exchange, root alcohol...
An approach is detailed for calculating historical rates of CO 2 uptake and water loss of leaves from measurements of leaf δ 13 C composition and climatic information. This approach was applied to investigate leaf gas exchange metabolism of woody taxa during the past 200 years of atmospheric CO...
Stem respiration was measured throughout 1993 on 56 mature trees of three species ( Quercus alba L., Quercus prinus L., and Acer rubrum L.) in Walker Branch Watershed, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. A subset of the trees was remeasured during 1994. Diameter increments, stem temperatures and soil water...
Leaf gas exchange, temperature, and incident radiation were measured in situ for 20 mature trees of 12 deciduous species spanning a range of heights from 7.9 to 30.1 m and growing in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Air temperature, water vapor pressure, total radiation, photosynthetically...
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