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Effects of chronic and acute exposure to sulphur dioxide on the growth of hybrid poplar cuttingsAuthor(s): Leon S. Dochinger; Keith F. Jensen
Source: Environmental Pollution. 9: 219-229.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionHybrid poplar clones were fumigated in controlled-environment chambers with either 5 ppm sulphur dioxide for 1½, 3, and 6 h or with 0.25 ppm sulphur dioxide for six weeks. Multivariate analyses were made from shoot-growth data before and after treatment and on the foliar injury induced by S02. Both short- and long-term fumigation produced similar plant-behaviour responses to the two SO2 concentrations.
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CitationDochinger, Leon S.; Jensen, Keith F. 1975. Effects of chronic and acute exposure to sulphur dioxide on the growth of hybrid poplar cuttings. Environmental Pollution. 9: 219-229.
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