Voltage Gradient Measurements in Forest Trees
Abstract:Voltage gradients in forest trees are intimately associated with physiological processes and apparently reflect internal changes before these can generally be detected by the usual external measurements. The data presented in this paper are not given because of their own intrinsic value to silviculture, but to serve as an illustration of how this method may be used as a tool in forest research. The value of voltage gradient measurements in silvical investigations of many kinds, and in the related fields of forest entomology and pathology, has only recently been recognized and in the future should assume rapidly increasing importance.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Assistant Plant Physiologist, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Formerly maintained by the U. S. Department of Agriculture at New Haven, Conn., in cooperation with Yale University
Publication date: November 1, 1942
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