Response of stomatal conductance to drought in ponderosa pine: implications for carbon and ozone uptake.

@article{Panek2001ResponseOS,
  title={Response of stomatal conductance to drought in ponderosa pine: implications for carbon and ozone uptake.},
  author={Jeanne A. Panek and Allen H. Goldstein},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={
          337-44
        }
}
To gain insight into the limitations imposed by a typical Mediterranean-climate summer drought on the uptake of carbon and ozone in the ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws.) ecosystem, we compared diurnal trends in leaf physiology of young trees in a watered and a control plot located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA, USA (Blodgett Forest, 38 degrees 53' N, 120 degrees 37' W, 1315 m elevation). Predawn water potential of trees in the watered plot remained above -0.3 MPa throughout… CONTINUE READING

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