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Effect of simulated acid rain on the growth of Japanese cedar, Japanese cypress and Sawara cypress



Effect of simulated acid rain on the growth of Japanese cedar, Japanese cypress and Sawara cypress



Journal of Japan Society for Atmospheric Environment 30(3): 191-207



Three-year-old seedlings (origin from cuttings) of Japanese cedar (sugi, Cryptomeria japonica), Japanese cypress (hinoki, Chamaecyparis obtusa) and Sawara cypress (sawara, Chamaecyparis pisifera) grown in pots with andosol were exposed to simulated acid rain (SAR) for 23 months. The stock solution of SAR was a mixture of sulfuric, nitric and chloric acids at an equivalent ratio of 5:2:3.

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