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Evaluation of the regularity in growth of trees in selected scots pine pinus sylvestris l. stands in the niepolomice forest poland on the basis of selected growth functions



Evaluation of the regularity in growth of trees in selected scots pine pinus sylvestris l. stands in the niepolomice forest poland on the basis of selected growth functions



Acta Agraria et Silvestria Series Silvestris 26: 129-146



The growth in height and volume of Scots pine trees in stands of the Niepolomice Forest was analysed and compared with growth of sample trees in stands of Janow Forests which are free of industrial pressure [pollution]. Backman's and Mitscherlich's functions were utilized in the height growth analysis, while Hungershoff's function was used in the volume growth analysis. Also the usefulness of these functions of growth for the approximation of its history was evaluated.

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