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Respiration of root systems in differently shaded fraxinus pubescens and betula pendula saplings



Respiration of root systems in differently shaded fraxinus pubescens and betula pendula saplings



Lesovedenie (2): 56-61



Plants were grown in the light and then transplanted to differently shaded plots. Shading material was of various density and provided 90-0.5% of full illumination. The respiration intensity of the root system, calculated on the root mass, does not change in shading. The root respiration intensity per 1 dm2 of a leaf showed that in ash it did not change depending on shading but in birch it increased. The increase of leaf loading at the expense of root respiration is considered.

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