Do chestnut, northern red, and white oak germinant seedlings respond similarly to light treatments? II. Gas exchange and chlorophyll responses
Abstract:Understanding differences in physiological and growth strategies in low-light environments among upland oak species may help managers address the challenges of oaks’ poor regeneration. Gas exchange and chlorophyll content were measured for northern red oak (
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Northern Research Station, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture, 359 Main Road, Delaware, OH 43015, USA. 2: Northern Research Station, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture, 180 Canfield Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, USA.
Publication date: June 23, 2012
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