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Record #162817:

Low winter soil temperature affects summertime nutrient uptake capacity and growth rate of mountain birch seedlings in the sub-Arctic, Swedish Lapland / Martin Weih, P. Staffan Karlsson.

Title: Low winter soil temperature affects summertime nutrient uptake capacity and growth rate of mountain birch seedlings in the sub-Arctic, Swedish Lapland / Martin Weih, P. Staffan Karlsson.
Author(s): Weih, Martin.
Karlsson, P. Staffan.
Date: 2002.
In: Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. (2002.), Vol. 34(4) (2002)
Abstract: Outdoor pot experiment tested whether low winter soil temperature could decrease growth by injuring roots. Further, root damage should stimulate growth of replacements. Treatments simulated birch forest and heath land. Implications are discussed in relation to growth and survival in treeless heath sites and above treelines.
Notes:

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. Vol. 34(4) :434-439 (2002).

Keywords: 58.036 -- Plants, influence of temperature.
581.143 -- Growth, botany.
582.632.1 -- Betulales: Betula pubescens.
G -- Botany.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*571.1) -- Norrbottens lan.
SPRI record no.: 162817

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