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Plant behavior of cork oak (Quercus Suber L.) produced in container: evaluation by morphological and physiological parameters


Plant behavior of cork oak (Quercus Suber L.) produced in container:  evaluation by morphological and physiological parameters
Plant behavior of cork oak (Quercus Suber L.) produced in container:  evaluation by morphological and physiological parameters

M. Pardos Mínguez

Affiliation: CIFOR - INIA

Biography: Not available

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M. Pardos Mínguez

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Publication year: 2000

Language: Spanish with English summary

Subjects: Forestry

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Cork oak (Quercus Suber L.) is a Mediterranean species with special relevance in the forestry of the Iberian Peninsula. It covers extense areas both as forest and “dehesas”, characterized for its high variability and ecology adaptability. The species should play an important role in afforestation of former agricultural land. Different aspects of the containerized seedling nursery production and later development and field performance are analyzed – including both plant material and cultural and operational practices with the use or morphological, growth and physiological parameters

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Physical Description : 20x30; 371 p.; il.

ISSN: 1576-2513

Publication: Madrid : Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA). Ministerio de Ciencia Y Tecnología, 2000

Reference INIA: TDF003

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- INIA. Servicio de Publicaciones. Ctra Coruña km 7,5. 28040 MADRID. Contact: distri@inia.es. Tel: (34) 91-3471493.

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