Drought acclimation of two deciduous tree species of different layers in a temperate forest canopy

@article{Aasamaa2003DroughtAO,
  title={Drought acclimation of two deciduous tree species of different layers in a temperate forest canopy},
  author={Kr{\~o}{\~o}t Aasamaa and Anu S{\~o}ber and Wolfram Hartung and {\"U}lo Niinemets},
  journal={Trees},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={93-101}
}
Water-use strategies of Populus tremula and Tilia cordata, and the role of abscisic acid in these strategies, were analysed. P. tremula dominated in the overstorey and T. cordata in the lower layer of the tree canopy of the temperate deciduous forest canopy. Shoot water potential (Ψ), bulk-leaf abscisic acid concentration ([ABA]leaf), abscisic acid concentration in xylem sap ([ABA]xyl), and rate of stomatal closure following the supply of exogenous ABA (v) decreased acropetally through the… CONTINUE READING
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