Dry weight partitioning and hydraulic traits in young Pinus taeda trees fertilized with nitrogen and phosphorus in a subtropical area.

@article{Faustino2013DryWP,
  title={Dry weight partitioning and hydraulic traits in young Pinus taeda trees fertilized with nitrogen and phosphorus in a subtropical area.},
  author={Laura I. Faustino and Nardia Maria Lujan Bulfe and Mart{\'i}n A Pinazo and Silvia E Monteoliva and Corina Graciano},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={241-51}
}
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… CONTINUE READING