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CO2 assimilation, transpiration and growth of Pinus sylvestris with different magnesium concentrations



CO2 assimilation, transpiration and growth of Pinus sylvestris with different magnesium concentrations



Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 104(1): 23-36



A study was made of the effects of various concentrations of Mg fertilizer on young Scots pines growing on Mg-deficient soils in N. Bavaria, W. Germany. Needle concentrations of Mg below 0.3 mg of Mg per g dry wt. were strongly correlated with increasing starch contents and severe needle tip chlorosis. Net photosynthesis and respiration of needles were reduced by Mg deficiency. The stomatal response to humidity was not affected by Mg deficiency, but stomatal response to light was reduced.

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