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Tissue Chemistry And Carbon Allocation In Seedlings Of Pinus Palustris Subjected To Elevated Atmospheric CO(2) And Water Stress.

G. Runion, J. A. Entry, S. Prior, R. Mitchell, H. Rogers
Published 1999 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) seedlings were grown in 45-l pots and exposed to ambient or elevated (365 or 730 &mgr;mol CO(2) mol(-1)) CO(2) concentration in open-top chambers for 20 months. Two water-stress treatments (target values of -0.5 or -1.5 MPa xylem pressure potential) were imposed 19 weeks after initiation of the study. At harvest, tissues (needles, stems, taproots, coarse roots, and fine roots) were analyzed for carbon (C), nitrogen (N), nonpolar extractives (fats, waxes, and oils), nonstructural carbohydrates (sugars and starch), structural components (cellulose and lignin), and tannins. The greatest dry weights and lowest N concentrations occurred in tissues of plants grown at elevated CO(2) or with adequate water. Although allocation of C fractions among tissues was generally unaffected by treatments, concentrations of the analyzed compounds were influenced by treatments in needles and taproots, but not in stems and lateral roots. Needles and taproots of plants exposed to elevated CO(2) had increased concentrations of nonstructural carbohydrates. Among plant tissues, elevated CO(2) caused reductions in structural C concentrations and foliar concentrations of fats, waxes and oils.
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