Seasonal changes in optically assessed epidermal phenolic compounds and chlorophyll contents in leaves of sessile oak ( Quercus petraea ) : towards signatures of phenological stage

@inproceedings{Louis2009SeasonalCI,
  title={Seasonal changes in optically assessed epidermal phenolic compounds and chlorophyll contents in leaves of sessile oak ( Quercus petraea ) : towards signatures of phenological stage},
  author={Juliette Louis and Sylvie Meyer and Florence Maunoury-Danger and Chantal Fresneau and Emmanuelle Meudec and Zoran G. Cerovic},
  year={2009}
}
Seasonal patterns of dry mass invested in chlorophyll and epidermal phenolic compounds (EPhen) were investigated in vivo using optical methods, in leaves of 2-year-old oaks (Quercus petraea Matt. (Liebl.)) grown under semi-controlled conditions. The plasticity of the seasonal pattern was investigated by applying stem girdling treatment. In control young expanding leaves, leaf dry mass per area, dry mass investment in chlorophyll and abaxial EPhen content increased. In late May, at leaf maturity… CONTINUE READING
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