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Tree water use, water use efficiency, and carbon isotope discrimination in relation to growth potential in Populus deltoides and hybrids under field conditionsAuthor(s): Christopher A. Maier; Joel Burley; Rachel Cook; Solomon B. Ghezehei; Dennis W. Hazel; Elizabeth G. Nichols
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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CitationMaier, ; Burley, ; Cook, ; Ghezehei, ; Hazel, ; Nichols, . 2019. Tree water use, water use efficiency, and carbon isotope discrimination in relation to growth potential in Populus deltoides and hybrids under field conditions. Forests. 10(11): 993-. https://doi.org/10.3390/f10110993.
Keywordspoplar (Populus), hybrid, water-use efficiency, sap flow, productivity, carbon isotope discrimination, stomatal conductance
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