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Acclimation of leaf respiration to temperature is rapid and related to specific leaf area, soluble sugars and leaf nitrogen across three temperate deciduous tree species



Acclimation of leaf respiration to temperature is rapid and related to specific leaf area, soluble sugars and leaf nitrogen across three temperate deciduous tree species



Functional Ecology 19(4): 640-647



Rates of plant respiration are sensitive to temperature, and modulated by acclimation to prevailing temperature and adaptation to the climate of origin. Our objective was to evaluate the rapidity and magnitude of acclimation of leaf respiration (R<sub>d</sub>) to natural temperature events in field-grown tree seedlings and to assess inter- and intraspecific variation across seasons and years.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2005.01023.x


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