Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2017
Идентификатор DOI: 10.1007/s40415-017-0370-7
Ключевые слова: light induced gratings, pulse propagation, Raman gain
Аннотация: In this article, two paragraphs were inadvertently not included in the published version. We apologize to the authors and readers for the inconvenience. The paragraphs should have appeared at the end of ‘Results and Discussion' section and read as follows: We conclude that all of the tree species studied are characterized by differПоказать полностьюent depths of dormancy. Dark-needle species especially fir are characterized by a smaller depth of dormancy and a shorter duration of dormancy. The results obtained using the method employing TICZF agree with the data on the content of abscisic acid and photosynthetic pigments. Perhaps under the conditions of climatic warming, the A. sibirica trees emerge from the forced dormancy even during the brief winter thaws, which previously have not been typical for the studied area. Water losses that arise due to the resumption of photosynthetic activity and gas exchange cannot be compensated under the winter conditions due to frozen soils, which leads to desiccation and death of the needles. In support of suggestions by previous studies (see, e.g., Ohse et al. 2012), our study underlines the importance of further studies on the effect of changing climatic factors on tree growth and survival. © 2016, Botanical Society of Sao Paulo.
Журнал: Revista Brasileira de Botanica
Выпуск журнала: Vol. 40, Is. 1
Номера страниц: 369