By Peter Bannister, Gilbert Neuner (auth.), Francine J. Bigras, Steve J. Colombo (eds.)
Conifer chilly Hardiness offers an up to date synthesis by way of major scientists within the research of the key physiological and environmental components regulating chilly hardiness of conifer tree species. This state of the art reference comprehensively explains present figuring out of conifer chilly hardiness starting from the gene to the globe and from the hugely utilized to the very easy. subject matters addressed surround chilly hardiness from the views of ecology, ecophysiology, acclimation and deacclimation, seedling construction and reforestation, the affects of biotic and abiotic elements, and strategies for learning and examining chilly hardiness. The content material is proper to geneticists, ecologists, tension physiologists, environmental and worldwide swap scientists, pathologists, complicated nursery and silvicultural practitioners, and graduate scholars excited about plant biology, plant body structure, horticulture and forestry with an curiosity in chilly hardiness.
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