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Causes and criteria of resistance to air pollution in norway spruce picea abies part 4 recovery of injured needles connections between forms of resistance and summary of results to date



Causes and criteria of resistance to air pollution in norway spruce picea abies part 4 recovery of injured needles connections between forms of resistance and summary of results to date



European Journal of Forest Pathology 8(2): 83-96



Measurement of water potential in SO2 treated Norway spruce showed that resistant clones recovered better than normal ones or at least showed less damage. After fumigation there was no relationship between needle S content and ability to recover. Reflexive and internal resistance were related. Significant characteristics of resistant clones are described. A connection between pollution and drought resistance was indicated.

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