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Tomaszewski, Timothy; Sievering, Herman (2011)
Publisher: Tellus B
Journal: Tellus B
Languages: English
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Spruce foliage was sprayed with NH4+NO3- and control solutions to investigate the effect of canopy nitrogen (N) uptake on chlorophyll fluorescence and gas exchange at a Rocky Mountain subalpine forest (Niwot Forest) at the Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research site. N-treated branches received NH4+NO3- in an ion-matrix solution that was representative of mean precipitation ion concentrations. Branches were sprayed with NH4+NO3- to increase the wet N deposition to experimental branches 60% above ambient. Control branches received only the ion-matrix solution (no N), while background branches received only natural precipitation. N content of N-treated new growth and old growth shoots was 2 and 8% greater, respectively, than the background and control shoots' N content. N-treatment enhanced photosynthetic efficiency (Fv′/Fm′) of old growth spruce shoots (≥1 yr old); N-treated shoots' Fv′/Fm′ was 11–12% greater than control and background shoots' Fv′/Fm′ (p < 0.05). Greater maximum carboxylation rates accompanied this increased photosynthetic efficiency with the N-treated old growth shoots' Vcmax 14–15% greater than background and control shoots' Vcmax (p < 0.05). New growth gas exchange and fluorescence results were similar (although p > 0.05). Both inorganic N assimilation and the incorporation of applied N into the photosynthetic apparatus likely account for the above results of this conifer study.DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0889.2007.00265.x
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