Nardia Maria Lujan Bulfe

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Plants of Pinus taeda L. from each of four families were fertilized with nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) or N + P at planting. The H family had the highest growth in dry mass while the L family had the lowest growth. Measurements of plant hydraulic architecture traits were performed during the first year after planting. Stomatal conductance (gs), water(More)
Potential trade-offs between growth and water stress resistance in Pinus taeda L. families, and the ecophysiological processes involved were evaluated. Families of high (HG) and low (LG) growth rate were subject to moderate and severe water stress. Families only differed in growth under the high water availability condition (control treatment), declining(More)
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