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dendro

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02/12/2012

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5 characteristics of shade tolerant leaves.
5 characteristics of shade intolerant leaves.
during a sunny day, which CO2 levels will be higher canopy of the trees 3 feet above the canopy.
During a sunny day, which CO2 levels will be higher soil air.
at night, which will CO2 levels be higher canopy 3 feet above canopy.
why would the CO2 levels be higher in the canopy than the air above during the night.
why do tree leaves appear green.
why do plants in the understory generally keep their stomata open more.
trenching at Duke University showed that trees that were trenched around had increased tolerance...why.
3 very TOLERANT trees.
3 very INTOLERANT trees.
2 most important influences on the natural distribution of trees.
4 other influences on the natural distribution of trees.
4 seed dormancy strategies.
essential plant nutrients.
what is an essential element.
3 ways that pH affects nutrient availibility.
fire generally increases the available nutrients on a site, what is an exception (what nutrient is lost).
rank in the order of organic matter amounts typically found mediterranean boreal coniferous forest boreal deciduous forest temperate deciduous forest temperate coniferous forest.
will acid rain increase or decrease nutrient availability.
is phosophorous easily leached and why.
4 things that cause soil pH to vary.
what are pines and oaks best C:N ratio.
what are maples, basswood, and ash best C:N ratio.
do oaks and pines or do maple, basswood and ash break down more quickly oaks and pines basswood and maple and ash.
why do maple, basswood and ash break down more quickly.
can you see ectomycorrhizae.
can you see VAM.
what does fungus benefit from mychorrizahe.
what does the tree benefit from mycorrhizae.
equation for water potential.
why is clay cold and wet compared to sandy soils.
4 ways trees maintain contact with soil water.
when do stomata open.
what allows stomata to open.
when do stomata close.
how are nutrients moved up from the soil to the plant.
predawn leaf water potential is often used to estimate the soil water potential. How can this provide a good estimate?.
how does Al affect pH.
equation for photosynthesis.
advantages of sexual reproduction.
advantages of asexual reproduction.
what is growth.
what is apical dominance.
what order of trees usually have apical dominance most well developed.
do intolerant or tolerant trees self-prune better.
which side of the equation for photosynthesis has kinetic energy.
which side of the equation for photosynthesis has potential energy.
why is cellulose important in trees.
why is starch important in plants.
3 growth strategies.
what is pioneer.
2 examples of pioneer.
what is gap phase.
2 gap phase examples.
what is tolerant.
2 examples of tolerant.
is CEC or BS more affected by pH.
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