Height increment formation of hybrid aspen: empirical model
Keywords: height increment, shoot elongation, temperature, Populus tremuloides x Populus tremula
AbstractModel predicting height growth rate based on mean daily temperature was statistically significant (p < 0.01), both intercept and slope coefficient were significantly different from zero (p < 0.01) and determination coefficient high R2=0.83. Model predictions for height increment in next season did not differ significantly from the measurements. It can be used as part of the system for predictions of effect of global climatic changes on height growth in hybrid aspen plantations
2B Distribution of resources and growth in plants
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