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Gas Exchange Rates for several conifer species

Howard Neufeld neufeldhs at appstate.edu
Wed Jan 21 18:34:32 EST 1998

Dear All,
        I've been looking through the literature for gas exchange rates for
Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana), pitch pine (P. rigida), table mountain
pine (P. pungens) and canadian hemlock (Tsuga canadensis).  I know I should
be more diligent about doing my own literature searches, but I am coming up
empty handed for now.  
        If anyone knows of literature that has gas exchange rates for these
species, or has knowledge of the rates themselves, would they share that
with me?  I need to compare such rates with faster growing conifers - part
of study on ozone effects on these species.
        Thanks in advance for your assistance.

        Howie Neufeld

Dr. Howard S. Neufeld
Department of Biology
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608  USA
Tel. 704-262-2683
FAX  704-262-2127
Email: neufeldhs at appstate.edu

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