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Some aspects of element distribution in betula alba a contribution to representative sampling of terrestrial plants for multi element analysis



Some aspects of element distribution in betula alba a contribution to representative sampling of terrestrial plants for multi element analysis



Fresenius Zeitschrift fuer Analytische Chemie 331(6): 616-619



The leaves of six differently aged birch trees (Betula alba), growing under slightly varying soil conditions, were collected representatively. The elements Ca, K, Mg and Zn were determined by different analytical methods (AAS and AES/ICP). The data sets obtained were in good agreement with each other. The biological variances of Al, Ba, Ca, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, P and Zn between leaves of different trees were less than 30%, with the exception of phosphorus (38%). Ca, K, Mg, Mn and Zn show an increase of between 50%.sbd.70% depending on the height of the trees. The developed sampling procedure (5.sbd.10 trees per ecosystem) can be adapted to produce a representative sampling design on population level.

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