Morphology and Stomatal Function of Douglas Fir Needles Exposed to Climate Change: Elevated CO2 and Temperature.

@article{Apple2000MorphologyAS,
  title={Morphology and Stomatal Function of Douglas Fir Needles Exposed to Climate Change: Elevated CO2 and Temperature.},
  author={Apple and Olszyk and Ormrod and F L Lewis and Southworth and Tingey},
  journal={International journal of plant sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={161 1},
  pages={127-132}
}
  • Apple, Olszyk, +3 authors Tingey
  • Published 2000 in International journal of plant sciences
Climate change may have an impact on the productivity of conifer trees by influencing the morphology (size and surface characteristics) and function (capacity for gas exchange) of conifer needles. In order to test the responses of needles to climatic variables, Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii [Mirb.] Franco), saplings were grown in sunlit controlled environment chambers at ambient or elevated (+200 parts per million above ambient) CO2 and at ambient or elevated temperature (+4 degrees C… CONTINUE READING
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