Needle-Age Related Variability in Nitrogen, Mobile Carbohydrates, and δ13C within Pinus koraiensis Tree Crowns

@inproceedings{Yan2012NeedleAgeRV,
  title={Needle-Age Related Variability in Nitrogen, Mobile Carbohydrates, and δ13C within Pinus koraiensis Tree Crowns},
  author={Cai-Feng Yan and Shi-jie Han and Yu-mei Zhou and Cun-guo Wang and Guan-Hua Dai and Wen-fa Xiao and Mai-He Li},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
For both ecologists and physiologists, foliar physioecology as a function of spatially and temporally variable environmental factors such as sunlight exposure within a tree crown is important for understanding whole tree physiology and for predicting ecosystem carbon balance and productivity. Hence, we studied concentrations of nitrogen (N), non-structural carbohydrates (NSC = soluble sugars + starch), and δ(13)C in different-aged needles within Pinus koraiensis tree crowns, to understand the… CONTINUE READING
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