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Changes in stomatal and chlorophyll fluorescence characteristics were analyzed in the course of leaf expansion in European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) cultivars Aurea Pendula, Cristata, Rohanii, Rotundifolia and Viridivariegata. Stomatal length increased gradually from the second to the fifth phenological stage. Rotundifolia reached the highest mean stomatal(More)
Changes in anatomical organisation of the leaf, photosynthetic performance and wood formation were examined to evaluate the temporal and spatial patterns of acclimatisation of micropropagated slow-growing black mulberry (Morus nigra L.) plantlets to the ex vitro environment. Leaf structure differentiation, the rates of net photosynthesis (P(n)),(More)
Measurements of Sorbus stomata size and density, maximal photochemical efficiency of photosystem II (Fv/Fm), variable-to-initial fluorescence ratio (Fv/F0) and potential electron acceptor capacity (‘area’) were performed during leaf development in four parental diploid species, S. aria, S. aucuparia, S. chamaemespilus, S. torminalis, and two hybrid species,(More)
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