Neighbor identity and competition influence tree growth in Scots pine, Siberian larch, and silver birch

@article{Kaitaniemi2010NeighborIA,
  title={Neighbor identity and competition influence tree growth in Scots pine, Siberian larch, and silver birch},
  author={Pekka Kaitaniemi and Anna Lintunen},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={67},
  pages={604}
}
Abstract• Previous studies on competitive interactions among silver birch, Scots pine, and Siberian larch have not addressed the direct importance of the species identity of nearby competitors.• We examined the joint importance of competition and species identity, using subject trees with a high local abundance of a single dominant neighboring species. Interspecific neighbors influenced annual height increment, shoot length, and branch number per unit crown length, especially in Scots pine… CONTINUE READING
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