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The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth

Gerald F. Gifford

The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth

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Published in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English


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SeriesU.S. Forest Service. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. U.S. Forest Service research note INT-67
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p.
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Open LibraryOL25596658M

  Introduction. Competition for light is size‐asymmetric due to the unidirectional nature of sunlight. Slightly faster growth and larger body size confers a disproportionate advantage to a competing plant by simultaneously increasing its own light capture and its shading of smaller competitors (Schwinning & Weiner ).As a result, above‐ground competition can lead to the competitive Cited by: A baby's first year is a time of incredible growth. In just the first six months of life, babies will double their birth the end of their first year, they'll triple their : Stephanie Watson.


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Gifford. effect on root growth. The net effect of low temperatures was to depress the shoot-root ratio. However, NAR was increased by a reduction in temperature from / to /58'F at The influence of growth media light intensities.

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The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth Gerald F. Gifford,Intermountain Forest and Range Temperatures Station (Ogden, Utah) — Science Author: Gerald F.

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The plant’s dry mass, number of the leaves and physiological parameters indicated a strong positive correlation with the light intensity. Adult size and generation length are negative functions of temperature.

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Especially in the roots, the rate of dry matter accumulation decreased at. Gifford GF () The influence and light intensities on aspen root and top growth book growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth. USDA Forest Service Research Note INT, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT Google ScholarCited by: 2.

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Toska) were grwon at five root-zone temperatures (RZT) ranging from 12° to 36°C. Maximum shoot growth and total leaf area were obtained at 24° and 30°C (RZT).

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High temperature caused a marked decrease in the growth parameters, and the genotypes showed high growth variations irrespective of temperature levels.

Interestingly, genotypes did not follow a similar ranking in relation to biomass production between 9 DAE. High air temperature reduces the growth of shoots and in turn reduces root growth. High soil temperature is more crucial as damage to the roots is severe resulting in substantial reduction in shoot growth.

High temperature at 38º C in rice reduced plant height, root elongation and smaller roots. Pollen development. The effect of electromagnetic field was examined on Zinnia (Zinnia elegans) seeds to enhance seed germination and early growth. The seeds were exposed to four magnetic strengths of 15,and μT in four durations of 30, 60, and min.

Gerald F. Gifford has written: 'The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth' -- subject(s): Aspen, Effect of light on, Effect of temperature on, Growth, Plant-soil relationships, Plants, Populus tremuloides.

Light growth does affect plant growth. In an experiment with Lima beans, I found that red light made the beans grow faster. Green light actually slowed down the process of growing.

If you want to grow plants faster with different colored light, you can use colored plastic wrap. Abstract. Fragments of thalli of the liverwort, Sphaerocarpos donnellii Aust., inoculated into liquid medium containing sucrose and mineral salts, attain a much greater dry weight after 9 days growth in continuous white light than in darkness.

Light causes this difference by increasing the rate of growth of the plants. This growth response is mediated by the pigment systems of photosynthesis Cited by: 6.

decker jp. effect of temperature on photosynthesis and respiration in red and loblolly pines. plant physiol. oct; 19 (4)– [pmc free article] []kramer pj, decker jp.

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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Browse. Culture media are placed at the proper growth temperature and allowed time to grow. Isolation. A colony is spread onto a new plate of media. Root plagiotropism (i.e.

the growth at right angles from the vertical) occurs in many species, and is also temperature sensitive, which has an influence on rooting depth. It is suggested that roots sense temperature gradients in the soil and grow towards the more favorable temperature.

Gerald F. Gifford has written: 'The influence of growth media, temperatures, and light intensities on aspen root and top growth' -- subject(s): Aspen, Effect of light on, Effect of temperature on. Environmental Influences on Plant Growth A plant’s growth is directly affected by its environment or its nonliving surroundings.

Light, temperature, air, and water have tremendous impacts on plant growth and plant health. E-unit: Understanding the Effects of Light, Temperature, Air, and Water on Plant Growth Page 1 e Size: 1MB.

A plant’s growth response to light is called phototropism, from the Greek words trope (for “turn”) and photo (for “light”). A phototropic response involves the detection of a light wavelength by receptor molecules in plant cells, and transduction (i.e., conversion) of that signal into biochemical responses that lead to altered growth.

In effect, light intensity can vary depending on the type of color used as well as the wattage amount contained in a bulb. The energy intensity provided by red light stimulates overall growth throughout the plant body, while blue light helps to regulate growth rates within the leaves, stems and flowers.

Green plants and algae use light energy to make glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water. Temperature, carbon dioxide concentration and light intensity can affect the rate of photosynthesis.

and the rate at which the temperature stress is imposed all influence the lethal temperature threshold for a given grass plant.

Soil Temperature. Many root growth responses are controlled specifically by the soil temperature. This re-quires monitoring the soil temperature on site, prefer-ably at a depth of 4 inches ( mm) in the root Size: KB. A square root relationship below optimum temperature has been shown to adequately model bacterial growth in pure culture: k 1/2 =b(t−t min), where k is the “rate of the activity” (or growth rate in the case of bacteria and fungi) at temperature t (°C), t min is the apparent minimum temperature for growth, and b is a slope parameter Cited by: Aspen.

See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Poplar; Narrower terms: Aspen as feed; European aspen; Populus tremuloides; Filed under: Aspen Quaking aspen: a study in applied forest pathology / (Washington: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, ), by E. Meinecke (page images at HathiTrust) Mortality of aspen on the Gros Ventre elk winter range / (Ogden, Utah.

Wheat plants were grown in columns of soil until early stem elongation at a wide range of constant root temperatures. Two light environments were imposed and three levels of nitrogen fertilizer added at sowing.

Shoot and root development and growth were measured by destructive sampling to investigate the combined effects of temperature and changing nutrient and assimilate by:   LIGHT AS IMPORTANT ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR FOR ROOTS. In nature, sessile plants have to respond to diurnal change in the light environment.

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Fig. shows PL spectra of the GaN:Eu grown at different temperatures under low pressure (10 kPa) [17].The growth temperature dependences of PL intensity and Eu concentration are also shown.

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Plant Cell Environ. [ Links ] Received: 7 May Accepted: 18 June * Corresponding author: [email protected] growth and thus plant dissemination (Fowler, ). Seed germination and reserve storage are highly controlled processes regulated by environmental factors such as temperature (Birendra et al., ), salt (Baghbani et al., ), water stress (Qayyum et al., ) and light (Benitez-Rodriguez et al., ).File Size: KB.

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