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Factors influencing red expression in autumn foliage of sugar maple treesAuthor(s): P.G. Schaberg; A.K. Van Den Berg; P.F. Murakami; J.B. Shane; J.R. Donnelly
Source: Tree Physiology. 23: 325-333.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationSchaberg, P.G.; Van Den Berg, A.K.; Murakami, P.F.; Shane, J.B.; Donnelly, J.R. 2003. Factors influencing red expression in autumn foliage of sugar maple trees. Tree Physiology. 23: 325-333.
Keywordsanthocyanins, carbohydrates, fall color, leaves, nitrogen
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