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Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth

Leon S. Dochinger

Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth

by Leon S. Dochinger

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in [Broomall, Pa.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liriodendron tulipifera,
  • Plants -- Effect of air pollution on,
  • Air -- Pollution

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLeon S. Dochinger, Keith F. Jensen.
    SeriesResearch paper NE -- 572.
    ContributionsJensen, Keith F., Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17833466M
    OCLC/WorldCa15335144

    ambient O3 concentrations, in combination with other air pollutants, on lung function decrements and respiratory symptoms have been published over the last decade that support the major findings of the Criteria Document that lung function changes, as measured by decrements in FEV1 or peak expiratory flow (PEF), and respiratory symptoms in. Beck, Donald E. Growth and Development of Thinned Versus Unthinned Yellow-Poplar Sprout Clumps Beck, Donald E. Twelve-year acorn yield in Southern Appalachian Oaks Beck, Donald E. Growth Intercept as an Indicator of Site Index in Natural Stands of White Pine in the Southern Appalachians

    International Forestry Review Vol. 12 (5), Above- and below-ground removal of grass had a significant effect on height and DBH growth of saplings and trees compared with the low slashing treatment. These results suggest that exotic grass may slow down the conversion of degraded forest back to its former state. The study aims to. The smog is a secondary pollutant produced by the photochemical reactions of certain air pollutants, which usually come from cars and industrial activities. At its height, the stormy blizzard.

    The reprints in this collection cover a variety of topics including tree fungi and the use of fungicides, insect pets like wood bore beetles, the effect of air pollution on trees, tree genetics, tree diseases like Dutch Elm disease and oak wilt disease, developing disease resistant trees, and various aspects of hardwood trees like chestnut. This tree experienced increasing ring widths from when it was to years old. Likewise, the oldest known chestnut oak responded vigorously to a reduction in competition at years of age, following one century of increased growth rates. The oldest yellow-poplar trees have experienced increased ring widths similar to oak.


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Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth by Leon S. Dochinger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth. [Leon S Dochinger; Keith F Jensen; Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.),; United States. Forest Service,] -- "One-year-old yellow-poplar seedlings were treated with acid mist at pH,and either alone or in combination with ppm 03, S02, and N Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Dochinger, Leon S.

Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.

hotellewin.com Thesis/Dissertation: Analysis of the potential effects of air pollutants emitted during coal combustion on yellow poplar and loblolly pine and influences on mycorrhizal associations of loblolly pine. Yellow poplar Liriodendron tulipifera L.

seedlings were treated with either clean air, 0·1 ml litre −1 O 3, 0·1 ml litre −1 O 3 plus 0·2 ml litre −1 SO 2, or 0·1 ml litre −1 O 3 plus 0·2 ml litre −1 NO 2 for one or two h fumigation periods per week.

Ten seedlings were harvested from each treatment every 4 weeks throughout the growing season and growth curves for height, leaf Cited by: Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth. U.S.D.A. Forest Service Res. Paper No. NE, Northeastern Forest Esp.

Sta. Broomall, PA, 4 pp. Google ScholarAuthor: William H. Smith. Several studies have focused on the effects of NO 2 concentration on plant growth and reported both that low concentrations ( µl/L) of NO 2 did not significantly influence the height, leaf area or dry weight of 1-year-old Buxus sinica seedlings and that µl/L NO 2 significantly stimulated the leaf growth of Populus deltoides and Populus Author: Qianqian Sheng, Zunling Zhu.

Growth and physiological responses of yellow-poplar seedlings exposed to ozone and simulated acidic rain. Chappelka AH(1), Chevone BI, Seiler JR. Author information: (1)Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology and Weed Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Cited by: Growth and Biomass Partitioning of Northern Red Oak and Yellow-Poplar Seedlings: Effects of Shading and Grass Root Competition diameter at breast height and collar diameter of oak seedling.

Foliar physiology of yellow-poplar (L iriodendmn tu/ipHera L.) exposed to O3 and elevated C02 over five seasons.

Thc interactive effect\ of pollutant treatment and leaf age -air in August to test leaf age effects. In year 2, late July and August, new Cited by: Recently we found exogenous sodium sulfide improves morphological and physiological responses of a hybrid Populus species to nitrogen dioxide (Hu et al.

In spite of these studies, the. was highest under full midstory removal. Results also show that the height growth of cherrybark oak was significantly higher and yellow-poplar was significantly lower within understory control treatment.

Overall, data suggest that underplanted yellow-poplar may have initial height growth advantage over cherrybark oak following midstory hotellewin.com by: 3. Trees Effect of air pollution on Bibliography. Title. aZN3 no AGRICOLA Citations in this bibliography were entered in the AGRICOLA database between January and the present.

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Enzymatic hydrolysis of the cellulose within yellow poplar (tulip tree) particles released only 9% of the total glucose in this study. To increase the accessibility of the cellulose component, wood particles were pretreated using hot compressed water and enzymatically-generated peracetic hotellewin.com by: 7.

Procerum root disease of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.), caused by Leptographium procerum (Kendr.) Wingf., has been epidemic in Virginia Christmas tree plantations since Symptoms of chlorosis, wilt, and decreased apical growth resemble those of water stress.

Resin infiltration of the. McQuattie CJ, Rebbeck J () Effect of ozone and elevated carbon dioxide on cuticular membrane ultrastructure of yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera). In: Percy K, Cape JN, Jagels R, Simpson CJ (eds) Air pollutants and the leaf cuticle.

NATO ASI Series G. Ecological sciences, vol Cited by: Yellow-poplar can be grown on soils that have a shallow fragipan--but unless such sites are bedded, growth is likely to be extremely poor. In a Tennessee study, bedding increased height of planted yellow-poplar over 5 years, but fertilizer did hotellewin.com by: 1.

season. In contrast, mean seedling survival, bio-mass, leaf area and leaf area ratio were greater for L. tulipifera in all field sites.

Overall, the (yellow poplar or tulip poplar) frequently colonizes these areas since distance from forest edges influenced seedling germination and growth. And a growth chamber.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Although it is primarily thought of as an urban problem, air pollutants are easily spread from urban sources to more rural areas.

One of the better-known rural areas with high air pollution is Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP), located along the North Carolina Tennessee border. air quality criteria for oxides of nitrogen table of contents volume i 1 executive summary of air quality criteria for oxides of nitrogen 2 introduction 3 general chemical and physical properties of oxides of nitrogen and oxides of nitrogen-derived pollutants.

xvEPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Washington DC EPA//P/aB: March Second External Review Draft US EPA Office e-' Research and Davsioamanf Air Quality Criteria for Particulate Matter Volume I Notice This document is a preliminary draft.Title: Foliar physiology of yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera L.) exposed to O3 and elevated CO2 over five seasons Author: Rebbeck, Joanne, et al.Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.): Effect of acid mist and air pollutants on yellow-poplar seedling height and leaf growth / ([Broomall, Pa.]: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), also by Leon S. Dochinger and Keith F. Jensen (page images at HathiTrust).