Seed mass effects on germination and growth of diverse European Scots pine populations

@inproceedings{Reich1994SeedME,
  title={Seed mass effects on germination and growth of diverse European Scots pine populations},
  author={Peter B. Reich and Jacek Oleksyn and Mark G Tjoelker},
  year={1994}
}
Seedlings of 24 European Scots pine (Pinussylvestris L.) populations were grown in controlled environment chambers under simulated photoperiodic conditions of 50 and 60°N latitude to evaluate the effect of seed mass on germination and seedling growth characteristics. Seeds of each population were classified into 1-mg mass classes, and the four classes per population with the highest frequencies were used. Photoperiod had minimal influence on seed mass effects. Overall, seed mass was positively… CONTINUE READING

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