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Accretion, partitioning and sequestration of calcium and aluminum in red spruce foliage: implications for tree healthAuthor(s): Catherine H. Borer; Paul G. Schaberg; Donald H. DeHayes; Gary J. Hawley
Source: Tree Physiology. 24: 929-939.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationBorer, Catherine H.; Schaberg, Paul G.; DeHayes, Donald H.; Hawley, Gary J. 2004. Accretion, partitioning and sequestration of calcium and aluminum in red spruce foliage: implications for tree health. Tree Physiology. 24: 929-939.
Keywordsacid rain, Ca:A1, foliar extractions, membrane associated Ca (mCa), nutrient availability, Picea rubens
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