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- Neuner, G.; Bannister, P.
- Tree physiology 1995 v.15 no.6 pp. 371-377
- Nothofagus menziesii, etc ; Pittosporum; frost resistance; frost injury; leaves; plant anatomy; phenology; chlorophyll; fluorescence; measurement; cold tolerance; New Zealand; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Foliar frost resistance of three endemic New Zealand trees, Nothofagus menziesii (Hook. f.) Oerst. (Fagaceae), Pittosporum eugenioides A. Cunn. (Pittosporaceae) and Griselinia littoralis Forst. f. (Cornaceae), was examined as the trees hardened from late summer to midwinter in a lowland forest site. The lowest temperatures causing 50% damage (LT50) occurred in late winter and were similar to those ...
- Sun, O.J.; Sweet, G.B.; Whitehead, D.; Buchan, G.D.
- Tree physiology 1995 v.15 no.10 pp. 629-638
- Nothofagus menziesii, etc ; Nothofagus solandri; water stress; gas exchange; seedlings; net assimilation rate; stomata; leaf conductance; xylem water potential; geographical distribution; diurnal variation; flooded conditions; stress response; New Zealand; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Gas exchange and water relations were investigated in Nothofagus solandri var. cliffortioides (Hook. f.) Poole (mountain beech) and Nothofagus menziesii (Hook. f.) Oerst (silver beech) seedlings in response to water stress and waterlogging. At soil matric potentials above -0.005 MPa, N. solandri had significantly higher photosynthetic rates (A), and stomatal and residual conductances (stomatal con ...