Nitrogen concentration in mountain pine beetle larvae reflects nitrogen status of the tree host and two fungal associates.

@article{Cook2010NitrogenCI,
  title={Nitrogen concentration in mountain pine beetle larvae reflects nitrogen status of the tree host and two fungal associates.},
  author={Stephen P. Cook and Brian M Shirley and Paul J. Zambino},
  journal={Environmental entomology},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 3},
  pages={821-6}
}
Individual lodgepole pines (Pinus contorta) were fertilized with urea at nitrogen (N) inputs equivalent to 0, 315, or 630 kg/ha. Four months after application of the fertilizer, inner bark tissue N concentrations were significantly higher in the trees that had received the low dose (315 kg/ha) fertilization treatment than in the control trees; trees that had received the high-dose treatment (630 kg/ha) were intermediate and not significantly different from either of the other treatments. There… CONTINUE READING
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