Tree Physiology and Yield Improvement
Melvin G. R. Cannell, M. G. R.. Cannell, F. T. Last
Academic Press, 1976 - Forest genetics - 567 pages
Carbon fixation efficiency. Shoot and cambial growth. Water stress and waterlogging. Frost hardiness. Mineral nutrition. Problems concerning the use of physiological selection criteria.
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Photosynthesis and Growth A Question of Causation A
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