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Characterizing the potential adaptation of introduced woody plants (in relation to climatic conditions)


, : Characterizing the potential adaptation of introduced woody plants (in relation to climatic conditions). Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada (125): 10-17

The adaptation was measured on an empirical scale ranging from 1 point (failure) to 5 points (normal fruiting) for 6 tree species at 19 locations in the western and central USSR. The data were related to 4 general and 3 specific (phenological) climatic variables by multiple regressions for each species.

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