Environmental effects on growth phenology of co-occurring Eucalyptus species.

@article{Rawal2014EnvironmentalEO,
  title={Environmental effects on growth phenology of co-occurring Eucalyptus species.},
  author={Deepa Shree Rawal and Sabine Kasel and Marie Keatley and Cristina Aponte and Craig R. Nitschke},
  journal={International journal of biometeorology},
  year={2014},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={427-442}
}
Growth is one of the most important phenological cycles in a plant's life. Higher growth rates increase the competitive ability, survival and recruitment and can provide a measure of a plant's adaptive capacity to climate variability and change. This study identified the growth relationship of six Eucalyptus species to variations in temperature, soil moisture availability, photoperiod length and air humidity over 12 months. The six species represent two naturally co-occurring groups of three… CONTINUE READING
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