Assessing environmental and physiological controls over water relations in a Scots pine ( Pinus sylvestris L.) stand through analyses of stable isotope composition of water and organic matter

Date

2007

Authors

Brandes, Elke
Wenninger, Jochen
Koeniger, Pau
Schindler, Dirk
Rennenberg, Heinz
Leibundgut, Christian
Mayer, Helmut
Gessler, Arthur

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Blackwell Publishing Ltd

Abstract

This study investigated the influence of meteorological, pedospheric and physiological factors on the water relations of Scots pine, as characterized by the origin of water taken up, by xylem transport as well as by carbon isotope discrimination (Δ13C) a

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Keywords: carbon; hydrogen; oxygen; water; carbon isotope; climate change; coniferous tree; deuterium; environmental effect; isotopic composition; organic matter; oxygen isotope; phloem; plant water relations; seasonal variation; soil water potential; stomatal cond d 13C; d 18O; d 2H; Canopy stomatal conductance; Evaporative enrichment; Phloem; Transpiration; Water availability

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Plant Cell and Environment

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Journal article

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10.1111/j.1365-3040.2006.01609.x

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2037-12-31