Response of yellow-poplar seedlings to simulated drought

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station , New Orleans, La
Poplar -- Tennessee., Seedl
StatementNelson S. Loftus.
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research note SO ; 194, U.S. Forest Service research note SO -- 194.
ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
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In order to assess the effects of ambient levels of ozone and acid rain on drought-stressed trees, one-yr-old containerized seedlings of yellow poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) from a nursery at Zanesville, Ohio, USA, were exposed to simulated acid rain (pH, ), ozone (O3) fumigation (0, p.p.m.), and drought (1, 2, or 3 one-wk drying cycles) from late Cited by: Growth and physiological responses of yellow-poplar seedlings exposed to ozone and simulated acidic rain.

Chappelka AH(1), Chevone BI, Seiler JR. Author information: (1)Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology and Weed Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VAby: Simulated C gain of yellow poplar (total tree, coarse root, and total nonstructural carbohydrate) was reduced by O3 to a greater extent than the corresponding compartments in loblolly pine.

poplar to (intermittent)fumigation TABLE 1 Growth Analysis Parameters from Yellow Poplar Seedlings Fumigated with Atmospheric Contaminants Frequency and duration of treatment Treatment Control Ozone Ozone + SO2 Ozone + NO2 RGR--g g- 1 week - l l/week, 12 weeks 1/week, 16 weeks 2 Cited by: Growth response of northern red-oak and yellow-poplar seedlings to light, Response of yellow-poplar seedlings to simulated drought book example, red oak regulates water content during drought by adjustment of stomatal aperture and osmotic potential (Hinckley et al., ; Bahari et al., ).

Dark-respiration rates of red-oak seedlings decrease during acclimation to shading more than those of Cited by: Roberts BR () Physiological response of yellow-poplar seedlings to simulated acid rain, ozone fumigation, and drought.

For Ecol Manage – Google ScholarCited by: 7. water-stressed seedlings were grown under moderate drought and two light regimes: high light (HL—50%) and low light (LL— 2%). Soil water in control plants.

Liriodendron tulipifera—known as the tulip tree, American tulip tree, tulipwood, tuliptree, tulip poplar, whitewood, fiddletree, and yellow-poplar—is the North American representative of the two-species genus Liriodendron (the other member is Liriodendron chinense), and the tallest eastern is native to eastern North America from Southern Ontario and possibly southern Clade: Tracheophytes.

Oak regeneration failures have been causing a slow decline in the occurrence of oak forest ecosystems in eastern North America. Accordingly, our study sought to determine a means of creating more vigorous and competitive oak seedlings by the addition of manganese (Mn) fertilizers.

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The hypothesis was tested that rates of change in ΔR and MDS reflect drought response, thus supplying information on drought tolerance and water use. To verify this, the effects of different irrigation regimes on radial growth of two highly productive clones, P.

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Middle-aged Tuliptree. Tuliptree1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION Tuliptree grows 80 to feet tall and maintains a fairly narrow oval crown, even as it grows older (Fig.

Trunks become massive in old age, becoming deeply furrowed with thick bark. The tree maintains aFile Size: KB. ¥ Drought-tolerant plants usually have thick leaf waxes and bark, efficient stomatal control and ext-ensive root systems.

Examples of a few trees that are not drought-tolerant include black cherry, dogwood, yellow-poplar, basswood, birch, buckeye and sycamore. These species respond to drought by shedding their leaves prematurely or Size: KB. A shift in species distribution associated with global climate change may be dependent on the response of seedlings to extreme stress events.

Seedlings of Eucalyptus macrorhyncha and E. rossii were grown for 8 weeks in either ambient ( ppm) or elevated ( ppm) CO{sub 2} concentrations and either well watered or without water additions and subjected to a daily, 3 h.

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A field study at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center in Maryland found wine raspberry ramets and seedlings occurred more frequently in 2-year-old, storm-created gaps than in random plots in year-old ("old") forest dominated by yellow-poplar, oak, hickory, American beech, and sweetgum and year-old ("young") forest dominated by.

cesses. Water contents in a tree under drought conditions disrupt life processes. Trees have developed a series of prioritized strategies for reacting to drought conditions (listed in order from least damaging to most damaging response): 1) recognizing (“sensing”) soil / root water availability problems.

Global atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}) concentrations are continuing to increase and will probably double during the next century. The effects of such an increase are of global concern.

Carbon dioxide-induced climate changes may result in. The potential interactions among abiotic and biotic factors in southern pine forests are extremely complex, particularly when one considers these interactions over a tree’s lifetime.

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The response of European beech to high CO 2 can be influenced by an interaction effect between elevated CO 2 and other factors such as temperature, drought and other greenhouse gases [36,37,38,50].

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Mycorrhizae: Impacts on Production January - January SDN48 Black polyethylene mulch improves growth of plantation-grown loblolly pine and yellow-poplar. Walker, R.F.; McLaughlin, S.B. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers; Sep. seedlings during drought and recovery from drought.

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