Ecophysiological responses of Japanese forest tree species to ozone, simulated acid rain and soil acidification

@article{Izuta2006EcophysiologicalRO,
  title={Ecophysiological responses of Japanese forest tree species to ozone, simulated acid rain and soil acidification},
  author={Takeshi Izuta},
  journal={Journal of Plant Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={111},
  pages={471-480}
}
In this review, I summarized the results obtained from experimental studies on the ecophysiological responses of Japanese forest tree species to O3, simulated acid rain and soil acidification. Based on the studies conducted in Japan, exposure to ambient levels of O3 below 100 nl·l−1 (ppb) for several months is sufficient to inhibit dry matter production and net photosynthesis of sensitive Japanese forest tree species such as Siebold's beech and Japanese zelkova. On the other hand, exposure to… CONTINUE READING

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