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Asphyxiation and ways of increasing asphyxiation resistance in cultivated plants






Acta Horticulturae (81): 123-127

Asphyxiation and ways of increasing asphyxiation resistance in cultivated plants

Physiological changes occurring during asphyxiation of bark and cambium at the base of the stem under snow were investigated in a wide range of woody species including Siberian apricot Ussurian plum (P. ussuriensis) and bird cherry A cool, damp summer was associated with a greater incidence of winter asphyxiation than was a hot dry summer which induced deeper tissue dormancy. The nearer the temperature to 0 deg C under snow cover the more widespread was asphyxiation.


Accession: 000601291



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