LamontagneMargolisBauce2000

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Lamontagne, M., Margolis, H.A., Bauce, E. (2000) Testing the ecophysiological basis for the control of monoterpene concentrations along canopy profiles in thinned and unthinned balsam fir stands. Oecologia, 124(3):318-331.

Abstract

To determine which ecophysiological factors appear to control monoterpene concentrations in balsam fir foliage [Abies balsamea (L.) P. Mill.], the percentage of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR was negatively correlated with SLA (r(2)=0.62 in June, r(2)=0.53 in July and August) and positively correlated with foliar nitrogen concentrations (r(2)=0.51) within the crown profile. The positive relationship between N and A(max) was quite weak (r(2)=0.15), suggesting significant variations in non-photosynthetic N within the canopies. Total monoterpenes were positively correlated with both %PAR (r(2)=0.29) and A(max) (r(2)=0.27), and negatively correlated with SLA (r(2)=0.30). Contrary to that predicted by the carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis, total monoterpenes were negatively and only very weakly correlated with the starch/N ratio (r(2)=0.06) and were not significantly correlated with either the TSS/N or the [TSS+starch]/N ratios. Monoterpenes were positively correlated with both N and TSS, although the relationship varied with the phenological state of the folia,ae, i.e., monoterpenes were more highly correlated with TSS (r(2)=0.67) (immature foliage) in June, and in July and August with N (r(2)=0.63) (mature foliage). Thus, it appears that monoterpene concentrations may be controlled primarily by carbohydrate supply in the early growing season and later by enzymatic capacity. Data expressed on a dry weight basis showed a similar pattern.

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@ARTICLE { LamontagneMargolisBauce2000,
    AUTHOR = { Lamontagne, M. and Margolis, H.A. and Bauce, E. },
    TITLE = { Testing the ecophysiological basis for the control of monoterpene concentrations along canopy profiles in thinned and unthinned balsam fir stands },
    JOURNAL = { Oecologia },
    YEAR = { 2000 },
    VOLUME = { 124 },
    PAGES = { 318-331 },
    NUMBER = { 3 },
    NOTE = { 350FP Times Cited:9 Cited References Count:57 },
    ABSTRACT = { To determine which ecophysiological factors appear to control monoterpene concentrations in balsam fir foliage [Abies balsamea (L.) P. Mill.], the percentage of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR was negatively correlated with SLA (r(2)=0.62 in June, r(2)=0.53 in July and August) and positively correlated with foliar nitrogen concentrations (r(2)=0.51) within the crown profile. The positive relationship between N and A(max) was quite weak (r(2)=0.15), suggesting significant variations in non-photosynthetic N within the canopies. Total monoterpenes were positively correlated with both %PAR (r(2)=0.29) and A(max) (r(2)=0.27), and negatively correlated with SLA (r(2)=0.30). Contrary to that predicted by the carbon-nutrient balance hypothesis, total monoterpenes were negatively and only very weakly correlated with the starch/N ratio (r(2)=0.06) and were not significantly correlated with either the TSS/N or the [TSS+starch]/N ratios. Monoterpenes were positively correlated with both N and TSS, although the relationship varied with the phenological state of the folia,ae, i.e., monoterpenes were more highly correlated with TSS (r(2)=0.67) (immature foliage) in June, and in July and August with N (r(2)=0.63) (mature foliage). Thus, it appears that monoterpene concentrations may be controlled primarily by carbohydrate supply in the early growing season and later by enzymatic capacity. Data expressed on a dry weight basis showed a similar pattern. },
    KEYWORDS = { balsam fir carbon-nutrient balance light monoterpenes photosynthesis nitrogen-use efficiency spruce budworm growth leaf nitrogen photosynthetic capacity deciduous forest acer-saccharum abies-balsamea boreal forest elevated co2 light },
    OWNER = { brugerolles },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2007.12.05 },
}

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