influence of antidesiccants on field performance and physiology of 2+0 ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl.) seedlings by J. A. Gil Vera-Castillo

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The basic proposition was that antidesiccants would have a positive effect on reducing water loss in ponderosa pine seedlings.

In order to evaluate the effects of six different antidesiccant treatments on the physiology, morphology, and phenology of ponderosa pine seedlings, four experiments were conducted and four hypotheses tested. The influence of antidesiccants on field performance and physiology of 2+0 ponderosa pine and phenology of ponderosa pine seedlings, four experiments were conducted and four hypotheses tested.

Eleven variables were studied: survival, height and diameter growth, budbreak, budset, foliar damage, root growth potential, water loss, stomatal Cited by: 3.

In probably one of the first studies of its kind, three different seed sources of 2 + 0 ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) seedlings were graded on the basis of three root-volume categories.

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Vera-Castillo JAG () The influence of antidesiccants on field performance and physiology of 2+ 0 ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Dougl.) seedlings. Ph.D. Thesis, Oregon State University, pp Google Scholar Villalba R, Veblen TT () Influences of large-scale climatic variability on episodic mortality in northern by: 4.

ANTIDESICCANTS - Ongoing study to examine the effect of Moisturin and AntiStress on the physiology and performance of ponderosa pine seedlings.

Impacts (N/A) Publications Progress 01/01/91 to 12/30/91 Outputs Transplant shock and root volume-Completed study to determine the effect of initial seedling root volume on seedling performance.

Six-month-old mycorrhizal seedlings of P. pinaster were grown in sand culture for 4 months at four concentrations of N (, or mM) as nitrate or ammonium or with an ammonium. Long-term impacts of stand management on ponderosa pine physiology and bark beetle abundance in northern Arizona: A replicated landscape study between m2m−2.

soil data affect. Nursery and field fertilization of 2+0 ponderosa pine seedlings: the effect on morphology, physiology, and field performance. Can. For. Res. – A., and Stattin, E. Root freezing tolerance and vitality of Norway spruce and Scots pine seedlings; influence of storage duration, storage temperature, and prestorage root.

Nursery and field fertilization of 2 + 0 ponderosa pine seedlings: the effect on morphology, physiology, and field performance. Article. Feb ; J.

Gleason This experiment evaluated the. Abstract. The species and stocktypes planted can have a profound impact on stand establishment. Selection of a particular type of seedling able to meet minimum performance expectations under specific types of environmental stress is only possible after careful evaluation of site conditions likely to.

Stone, E. Variation in the root-growth capacity of ponderosa pine transplants. Pages 40–46 in Regeneration of ponderosa pine (R. Hermann, ed.).

School of Forestry, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Google Scholar. Abstract: This study examined whether the morphological attributes of Austrian pine (Pinus nigra ssp.

nigra var. nigra Arnold) seedlings measured in the nursery could be used to forecast subsequent field performance over an extended time frame.

Seedlings from three seed sources were produced in two types of containers and in bareroot seedbeds. Switzer, G. L., and L. Nelson. Effect of nursery fertility and density on seedling characteristics, yield, and field performance of loblolly pine, Pinus taeda.

In recent decades, container stock has become the preferred plant material to regenerate longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) forests in the southeastern United States. We evaluated the effects of container nursery treatments on early and long-term field performance in central Louisiana.

Seedlings were grown in four cavity volumes (60– mL) with or without copper oxychloride root pruning. Old-growth western larch stands where Pacific ponderosa pine was not present commonly have had either mixed severity fires at to year intervals or stand replacing fires at mean intervals of to years.

Inthe ponderosa pine savanna covered about 40 million acres (16 million ha) in. Resveratrol benefits trained rodents; more research is needed in athletes. Meta-analysis of beetroot juice studies has revealed that the nitrate component of beetroot juice had a substantial but unclear effect on performance when averaged across athletes, non-athletes and modes of exercise (single dose ± %, double dose ± %).

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To investigate these effects, we tested the null hypothesis. General Domain and Structure of IgG Topologically, the IgG is composed of two heavy chains (50kDa each) and two light chains (25kDa each) with total molecular weight of approximately kDa.

Climate-induced tree mortality is an increasing concern for forest managers around the world. We used a coupled hydrologic and ecosystem carbon cycling model to assess temperature and precipitation impacts on productivity and survival of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa).Model predictions were evaluated using observations of productivity and survival for three ponderosa pine stands located.

Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) are important disturbance agents in conifer forests. The genera Dendroctonus, Ips, and Scolytus are well recognized in this regard ().For example, in western North America, the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins) colonizes several tree species, most notably lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.

ex Loud.), ponderosa pine. Linear regression analysis indicates that initial amount of ponderosa pine basal area is a good predictor variable for the amount of basal area affected. Negrón, J.F., Popp, J.B. Probability of ponderosa pine infestation by mountain pine beetle in the Colorado front range.

Forest Ecology and. Ponderosa pine exhibits the most severe foliar response to elevated ambient ozone. An aerial survey conducted by the USDA Forest Service indicated million ponderosa (or Jeffrey) pines on more than km 2 (, acres) were stressed to some degree.

Mortality of ponderosa pine. Nursery and field fertilization. of 2 + 0 ponderosa pine seedlings: the effect on morphology, physiology, and field.

performance. Can. For. Res. Heilman, P. and Fu-Guang, X. Influence of nitrogen on growth and productivity of.

short-rotation of Populus trichocarpa × Populus deltoides hybrids. Full text of "Proceedings, Western Forest [sic] Nursery Council-Intermountain Nurseryman's Association combined meeting, August, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho" See other formats.

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and Helms, J A}, abstractNote = {Forests of the central and southern Sierra Nevada in California have been subjected to chronic damage by ozone and other atmospheric pollutants for the past several decades.

practices, and plant physiology. This included study development and design, establishment of trials, data collection, statistical analysis, budget monitoring, and report preparation. I also provided technical information and expert advice to the nursery, conservation, and reforestation.

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Sung, S. S., S. Zarnoch, et al. Effects of container cavity type and size on field performance of container-grown longleaf pine seedlings. Joint Annual Meeting for American Society of Plant Biologists and Sociedad Mexicana de Bioquimica Rama: Bioquimica y Biologia Molecular de.

Currie, P. and H. Gary. Grazing and logging effects on soil surface changes in central Colorado's ponderosa pine type. Soil and Water Cons.

Measurement of soil surface elevation on ponderosa pine-bunchgrass lands in central Colorado showed that years of grazing and winter logging had not caused serious erosion.

Gas exchange measurements were made at the Duke University FACE site, Orange County, North Carolina (35°98′N, 79°8′W, elevation = m) at an even-aged loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forest planted at 20 × 24 m spacing in following clear cutting and burning.

The site index is between 20 m and 21 m at age 25 years. TY - JOUR T1 - Challenges and opportunities for maintaining ponderosa pine forests in the southwestern U.S.

JF - Tree Planters’ Notes Y1 - A1 - T.E Kolb A1 - A. Dixit A1 - O. Burney AB - Deforestation caused by wildfire and bark beetle attacks in southwestern ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex P.

Lawson & C. Lawson.) forests have. Cervid forage utilization in noncommercially thinned ponderosa pine forests MARY C. GIBBS, JONATHAN A. JENKS, CHRISTOPHER S. DEPERNO, BOK F. SOWELL, KURT J. JENKINS. Ponderosa pine seedlings lifted early in autumn also had lower RGP than those lifted in November.

Stone et al. () showed that mortality of transplanted conifers and RGP were inversely related. Hocking and Nyland () suggested that to minimize adverse effects on seedling vigor lifting from the nursery should be delayed as long as possible.

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The white pine plantation consisted of seedlings from two sources: 1) northern genotype ( stock) from the Upper Peninsula ofMichigan (Baraga County), obtained from Dr.

David Karnosky, Michigan Technological University, Houghton; al 2) southern genotype ( stock) from northern Ohio (near Toledo), obtained from the State Nursery of Ohio.

Tissue DT, Thomas RB, Strain BR. Growth and photosynthesis of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) after exposure to elevated CO 2 for 19 months in the field. Tree Physiology. ; – Tissue DT, Thomas RB, Strain BR.

Atmospheric CO 2 enrichment increases growth and photosynthesis of Pinus taeda: a 4 year experiment in the field.The ever increasing demand for forest products makes it essential to increase productivity on available forested lands.

This project will utilize tree improvement methods coupled with molecular methods to examine increasing productivity through utilization of sterility, to characterize the effects of natural hybridization in pine and how that relates to long term productivity, and to identify.

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