Seasonal Dynamics of Mobile Carbon Supply in Quercus aquifolioides at the Upper Elevational Limit

@inproceedings{Zhu2012SeasonalDO,
  title={Seasonal Dynamics of Mobile Carbon Supply in Quercus aquifolioides at the Upper Elevational Limit},
  author={Wan-ze Zhu and Min Cao and San-gen Wang and Wen-Fan Xiao and Mai-He Li},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Many studies have tried to explain the physiological mechanisms of the alpine treeline phenomenon, but the debate on the alpine treeline formation remains controversial due to opposite results from different studies. The present study explored the carbon-physiology of an alpine shrub species (Quercus aquifolioides) grown at its upper elevational limit compared to lower elevations, to test whether the elevational limit of alpine shrubs (<3 m in height) are determined by carbon limitation or… CONTINUE READING
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