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Respiration of forest trees (II). Measurement of nighttime respiration in a Chamaecyparis obtusa plantation



Respiration of forest trees (II). Measurement of nighttime respiration in a Chamaecyparis obtusa plantation



Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 65(6): 193-200



Measurements were made monthly from Sept. 1980 to Oct. 1981 on five 24-yr-old trees using an improved enclosed standing tree method. Relations between respiration rates of individual trees and their measurements satisfied power form functions which are given for diam., stem vol. and aboveground dry wt. Seasonal changes in rates largely followed the air temperature but were more in larger trees. The thermal coefficients (Q10) were estimated as 3.52 below 15 deg C and 1.47 above 15 deg.

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