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    Author(s): Rosa C. Goodman; Douglass F. Jacobs; Kent G. Apostol; Barrett C. Wilson; Emile S. Gardiner
    Date: 2009
    Source: Ann. For. Sci., Vol. 66: 103-111
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Water oak (Quercus nigra L.) is a tardily deciduous species commonly planted in afforestation projects in the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley, USA. Field performance is often marked by low survival rates and top dieback, which may be associated with poor physiological quality of planting stock.

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    Goodman, Rosa C.; Jacobs, Douglass F.; Apostol, Kent G.; Wilson, Barrett C.; Gardiner, Emile S. 2009. Winter variation in physiological status of cold stored and freshly lifted semi-evergreen quercus nigra seedlings. Ann. For. Sci. 66:103-111.


    chlorophyll fluorescence, cold hardiness, electrolyte leakage, lt50, net photosynthesis, tardily deciduous, transplant stress, water oak

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