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effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings

Vera Borsos-Matovina

effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings

by Vera Borsos-Matovina

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Fig. I. Diurnal variations in diameters of cones of Pinus banksiana at various times during growing season, (a) 7 June-4 July; (b) July. was low and did change appreciably during the day when VPD was high (Figs. 3 and 4a). Beginning in approximately mid-July, by which time overall growth .   Croser C, Renault S, Franklin J, Zwiazek J. The effect of salinity on the emergence and seedling growth of Picea mariana, Picea glauca and Pinus banksiana. Environm Pollut. ; 9– View Article Google Scholar

Changes in diameter of intact first‐year Picea glauca and second‐year Pinus banksiana cones were continuously monitored during two growing seasons. Early in their development the cones made intermittent increases in diameter. Cones expanded during the evening and night while vapour pressure deficit of air was decreasing or low, and did not change in diameter during the daytime when vapour. Pinus banksiana Lamb.. Jack Pine. Pinaceae -- Pine family. T. D. Rudolph and P. R. Laidly. Jack pine (Pinus banksiana), also called scrub pine, Banksian pine, or Hudson Bay pine, is a small-to medium-sized coniferous tree of the northern forests of the United States and Canada, where it is an important source of pulpwood, lumber, and round timber (1,10,15,16).

  Pinus banksiana (jack pine) Index. Pictures Identity On this site, a mixture of P. banksiana (in the upper stratum) and Picea mariana (in the lower stratum) has developed after a large-scale fire in northwestern Ontario. K. Klinka Forest: P. banksiana is the characteristic species of the Eastern and Central Canadian boreal forest. Discussion. We found that the presence of one specific fungus, Suillus granulatus, considerably increased aboveground biomass of Pinus sylvestris seedlings compared to non-mycorrhizal plants. In contrast, Cenococcum geophilum, Paxillus involutus and Rhizopogon roseolus had no effect on shoot biomass under the given experimental conditions.S. granulatus seems to have access to the plant growth.


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Effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings by Vera Borsos-Matovina Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effect of Am biol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings Vera Borsos-Matovina, MScF, Graduate Department of Forestry, University of Toronto Abstract The bio-protective action of a synthetic antioxidant, Ambiol (2-rnethyl The tallest seedlings ( feet [ m]) more than doubled in height in the next two growing seasons, averaging over 1 foot ( m) height growth per year.

Most of the jack pine seedlings successfully competed with American green alder, aspen (Populus spp.), and Bebb willow (Salix bebbiana). The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings: National Library of Canada=Bibliothèque nationale Cited by: 2.

(Picea mariana) seedlings The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress. The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings. We conducted two separate experiments to (i) investigate growth and physiological responses of jack pine (P. banksiana) seedlings to root zone pH ranging from 6 to 9, and (ii) examine the effects of mM, 1 mM, 5 mM, and 10 mM Ca on physiological responses and nutrient uptake in jack pine seedlings exposed to the root zone pH ofCited by: The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings.

Article. The effects of ambiol, a new growth regulator. Seed preconditioning with Ambiol® has been shown to improve germination, growth, and drought tolerance in seedlings of many species.

Attempts to understand the mode of action of Ambiol have found that seed preconditioning triggers several new proteins, which suggests that Ambiol-induced benefits may persist beyond seedlings and, perhaps, into the next generation.

Ascorbic acid and b-caro- tene also altered protein expression before and after ger- References mination (MacDonald and others a). Although it Borsos-Matovina V () The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress remains unknown how long the effects of the aforemen- tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings.

The effectiveness of ectomycorrhizal inoculation at the tree nursery seedling production stage on growth and survival was examined in jack pine (Pinus banksiana) and white spruce (Picea glauca) planted in oil sands reclamation sites.

The seedlings were inoculated with Hebeloma crustuliniforme strain # UAMHSuillus tomentosus strain # UAMHand Laccaria bicolor. The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings: National Library of Canada=Bibliothèque nationale du Canada; Rajasekaran LR, Blake TJ () Seed pre-treatment using a derivative of 5-hydroxybenzimidazole (AMBIOL) pre-acclimates carrot seedlings to drought.

Effects of pH and Mineral Nutrition on Growth and Physiological Responses of Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides), Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana), and White Spruce (Picea glauca) Seedlings in.

The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings. Article. we assessed the effect of four seed-tree retention (STR: 0, 10, 40 and 60 trees/ha. To determine whether natural plant growth regulators (PGRs) can enhance drought tolerance and the competitive ability of transplanted seedlings, year-old jack pine (Pinus banksana Lamb.

The effect of Ambiol on the growth and tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings exposed to abiotic stresses. In Proc. International conference in Forestry, Sault Ste Marie, In Proc. International conference in Forestry, Sault Ste Marie, Borsos-Matovina V.

The effect of Ambiol on growth and stress tolerance of Pinus banksiana and Picea mariana seedlings. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. Evsyunina, T, Liapkova, S.

Platonova, T. Korableva, P. Effect of ambiol on stem growth in regenerants of source and transgenic potato plants. Pinus banksiana andPicea glauca inoculated or not with the ectomycorrhizal fungusSuillus luteus were grown in a sandy loam soil containing a range of Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn concentrations.

Ectomycorrhizal colonization rates were significantly reduced on Pinus and Picea seedlings by the heavy metals, particularly Cd and Ni. Needle tissue metal concentrations were lower in ectomycorrhizal.

growth and reproduction within small sections of the tree. The species—The geographic distribution of Pinus banksiana more or less corresponds to that of the boreal forest in North America (Rousseau, ).

banksiana is a pioneer tree species, has a relatively short longevity and a high growth rate, and is well adapted to regenerate. The spatial variability of soil chemistry and Ca/Al ratios of soil solution and fine roots were investigated in jack pine (Pinus banksiana) and trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides, aspen) stands to assess the impact of chronic acid deposition on boreal forest ecosystems in the Athabasca oil sands region (AOSR) in Alberta, ble SO 4 2− (as the sum of soluble and adsorbed SO 4 2.

Pinus banksiana, described in by Aylmer Bourke Lambert (–), in a Description of the Genus Pinus, volis commonly known as jack pine or less commonly as gray, black, black jack, scrub, Prince's or Banksian pine, as well as pin gris in the French Canadian dialect of French.

The epithet is named for the great British botanist and patron of the natural sciences, Sir Joseph. Pinus banksiana, commonly called Jack pine, is a scrubby northern pine that is native throughout much of Canada from the Northwest Territories to Nova Scotia south to the Great Lakes and northern New England.

It grows further north in Canada than any other native pine. It is often found in the wild on poor, dry, sandy, barren plains. Research highlights Hormones play central roles in plant adaptation to changing environments.

Hormonal cross-talk regulates plant responses. Large changes in hormone content can have negative effects on plant growth and development. The use of inducible promoters will facilitate the generation of stress tolerance crops.Anti-inflammatory effects. Several in vitro studies have revealed that PBE has anti-inflammatory effects and inhibits the initiation of inflammation by preventing the release of pro-inflammatory mediators regulated by oxidative stress.

PBE inhibits the pro-inflammatory mediators in keratinocytes (epidermal cells), leukocytes, and endothelial cells(32,35,36).Abstract. Jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) (Fig. 1), an economically important timber species in northern North America, is used for pulp, poles, and species ranks first among conifers for pulpwood production in the Great Lake States of the United States of America and second only to black spruce [Picea mariana (Mill) P.B.S.] in volume harvested in Canada (Reimenschneider