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The frost-hardening process in woody plants. XII. The relationship between frost resistance and various substances in the bark of black locust trees



The frost-hardening process in woody plants. XII. The relationship between frost resistance and various substances in the bark of black locust trees



Low Temp. Sci, 25: 29-44. bibl. 20



In all seasons a correlation was observed between the osmotic concentration in the bark cells and frost resistance in Robinia pseud-acacia and, from November to May, between the sugar content and frost resistance. In both autumn and spring artificial exposure to 0 degrees C. for 14 days resulted in a marked increase in sugar content and in frost resistance.

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