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Causes and criteria of resistance to air pollution in norway spruce picea abies part 1 morphological and anatomical pollution resistance



Causes and criteria of resistance to air pollution in norway spruce picea abies part 1 morphological and anatomical pollution resistance



European Journal of Forest Pathology 7(1): 23-43



Pollution resistance of selected visibly resistant clones is not due to environmental causes or to length of the growing season. Between the resistant and other clones there are significant differences in morphology and anatomy of the needles. The average length, width and weight of the needles of resistant spruce grafts are greater than those of non-resistant ones. The resistant grafts have more stomata and, at least in winter, lower permeability of needle tissue to gases.

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