Tree growth

@article{Studhalter2008TreeG,
  title={Tree growth},
  author={R. A. Studhalter and Waldo Sumner Glock and Sharlene R. Agerter},
  journal={The Botanical Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={29},
  pages={245-365}
}
The growth ring concept: seeking a broader and unambiguous approach covering tropical species
TLDR
The elaboration of a robust but broad definition which can include all the variation observed in growth rings of tropical species is a complex task, which is only possible by overcoming the restrictions adopted by dendrochronologists and wood anatomists of temperate regions. Expand
Reforestation or Genetic Disturbance: A Case Study of Pinus thunbergii in the Iki-no-Matsubara Coastal Forest (Japan)
TLDR
This research aimed to preserve local genetic diversity, genetic structure, and relatedness by developing a method for deploying Kyushu PWN-P. Expand
Trees and seasonal wind gust maxima in Ireland: acclimation and minimal factors of safety
ABSTRACT Daily maximum high gust wind speeds at Dublin, Ireland over a recent 30-year period were analysed. Maximal and mean storm gusts are compared to those occurring in the growing season periodExpand
Wound occlusion and annual stem growth rates of five woodland tree species in South Africa
TLDR
In a 1998 study of bark thickness and tree size, six species used for traditional medicine were sampled by removing 5 cm-diameter bark disks at four height intervals on 210 stems at 15 sites in South Africa, there was a tendency for smaller and/or faster growing stems to exhibit more wound occlusion and faster rates of bark regrowth. Expand
Dendroecological Studies in the Neotropics: History, Status and Future Challenges
We review a vast literature of Neotropical forest science and wood anatomical research that identifies 220 tree species from 46 botanical families with confirmed annual tree-ring formation. ExternalExpand
Quantitative analysis of ring growth in spruce roots and its application towards a more precise dating
Abstract Missing and wedging rings are common features of tree growth. They occur more frequently in roots than in stems and were reported for various species and sites. These rather frequentExpand
Food relations of woody plants
SYNTHESIS OF FOODS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Expand
Shoot growth in woody plants
TLDR
This chapter discusses theVariability of Shoot Elongation, theMechanism of Apical Dominance, and the Influence of Site and Other Factors on Shoot Growth. Expand
The boylston street fishweir: Revisited
Excavations for the Boston subway system early in this century and later for building sites revealed the presence of waterlogged wood in the peat and silt deep beneath the present surface. BeginningExpand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 194 REFERENCES
Growth rings and climate
II. Growth rings and climate
  • W. Glock
  • Environmental Science
  • The Botanical Review
  • 2008
Tree growth
Über Früh- und Spätholz in schwedischer Fichte und Kiefer und über ihren Einfluß auf die Eigenschaften von Sulfit- und Sulfatzellstoff
ZusammenfassungDer Spätholzanteil hat größten Einfluß auf die Eigenschaften des Holzes unter zellstofftechnischem Gesichtswinkel. Die mitgeteilten Untersuchungen haben den großen Unterschied zwischenExpand
Baumkrone und Schaftzuwachs
Beiträge zur vergleichenden anatomie
...
1
2
3
4
5
...