publication . Article . 1998

Seasonal fluctuations of starch in root and stem tissues of coppiced Salix viminalis plants grown under two nitrogen regimes.

Y. Von Fircks; L. Sennerby-Forsse;
  • Published: 01 Apr 1998 Journal: Tree Physiology, volume 18, pages 243-249 (issn: 0829-318X, eissn: 1758-4469, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP)
: Seasonal changes in starch were studied at the tissue and cellular levels in roots and stems of Salix viminalis L. cuttings. Cuttings were planted in pots containing sand and grown in a controlled environment chamber in which seasons were artificially induced by changes in temperature and photoperiod. Nitrogen was supplied at optimum and low rates, and during dormancy, one-half of the plants were decapitated. Starch concentrations in root and stem tissues were determined regularly during shoot extension growth, dormancy and resprouting after dormancy. We used light microscopy (LM) combined with image analysis (IA) to determine the cellular localization and amo...
Medical Subject Headings: food and beveragesfungi
free text keywords: Plant Science, Physiology
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