Ecophysiological process regulates the growth of Cunninghamia lanceolata to suit short-term warming and nitrogen addition in the sub-tropical regions

@article{Zhang2018EcophysiologicalPR,
  title={Ecophysiological process regulates the growth of Cunninghamia lanceolata to suit short-term warming and nitrogen addition in the sub-tropical regions},
  author={Qiufang Zhang and Decheng Xiong and Jinsheng Xie and Xiaojie Li and Zhangtian You and Maokui Lyu and Yuehmin Chen and Yusheng Yang},
  journal={Trees},
  year={2018},
  volume={32},
  pages={631-643}
}
Under warming condition, growth of Cunninghamia lanceolata is not accompanied by increased photosynthetic performance. The combination of warming and N addition seemed to adversely influence leaf carbon balance as R d/Pn max and endogenous hormones were strongly affected. Uncertainties about the response of plant eco-physiological mechanisms to elevated temperature and nitrogen (N) deposition make it difficult to predict the performance of plants under future climatic conditions in the sub… CONTINUE READING

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