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Physiology of tree crops

Physiology of tree crops

proceedings of a symposium held at Long Ashton Research Station, University of Bristol, 25-28 March 1969

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Published by Academic Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by L.C. Luckwill and C.V. Cutting.
SeriesSymposia / Long Ashton Research Station -- 2nd
ContributionsLuckwill, L. C., Cutting, Cyril Vernon.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14154278M

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Limits on evaporation may be related to radiation, advection, tree physiology, soil water, tree size or drop size. Examples are given of the use of models based on the limits concept for solving forest related water resource problems in Malawi and the U.K. I hold degrees from Pennsylvania State University (B.S. in Agronomy, ) and the University of Illinois [M.S. () and Ph.D. () in Crop Physiology]. I was employed by the University of Kentucky as a Crop Physiologist in the Plant and Soil Sciences (formerly Agronomy) Department from until I .

Brown, et al, eds. Crop Productivity-Research Imperatives-Symposium 7 Buxton, et al, eds. International Crop Science I 7 Carlson, ed The Biology of Crop Productivity 7 Chapman, Carter Crop Production—Principles and Practices (2 editions) & 7. Knowledge of physiology of woody plants is useful for coping with many practical problems. These include dealing with poor seed germination, low productivity, excess plant mortality, potential effects of increasing CO 2 concentration and global warming, environmental pollution, loss of biodiversity, plant competition and succession, and control.


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