Variations in bulk leaf carbon isotope discrimination, growth and related leaf traits among three Populus nigra L. populations.

@article{Chamaillard2011VariationsIB,
  title={Variations in bulk leaf carbon isotope discrimination, growth and related leaf traits among three Populus nigra L. populations.},
  author={Sylvain Chamaillard and R{\'e}gis Fichot and C{\'e}cile Vincent-Barbaroux and Catherine Bastien and Christiane Depierreux and Erwin Dreyer and Marc Villar and Franck Brignolas},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 10},
  pages={1076-87}
}
The ongoing global change could be an additional threat to the establishment and the long-term survival of Populus nigra L., an emblematic European riparian species. With the general aim of gaining insights into the adaptive potential of this species, we (i) quantified variations within and among three French P. nigra populations for key physiological… CONTINUE READING