Growth and physiological responses of Picea asperata seedlings to elevated temperature and to nitrogen fertilization

@article{Zhao2008GrowthAP,
  title={Growth and physiological responses of Picea asperata seedlings to elevated temperature and to nitrogen fertilization},
  author={Chunzhang Zhao and Qing Liu},
  journal={Acta Physiologiae Plantarum},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={163-173}
}
Picea asperata is a dominant species in the subalpine coniferous forests distributed in eastern edges of Tibetan Plateau and upper reaches of the Yangtze River. The paper mainly identified the short-term influences of experimental warming, nitrogen fertilization, and their combination on growth and physiological performances of Picea asperata seedlings. These seedlings were subjected to two levels of temperature (ambient; infrared heater warming) and two nitrogen levels (0; 25 g m−2 a−1 N) for… CONTINUE READING

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