Crown Architecture of Valuable Broadleaved Species. Barthélémy, D.; Caraglio, Y.; and Sabatier, S. In Spiecker, H.; Hein, S.; Makkonen-Spiecker, K.; and Thies, M., editors, Valuable Broadleaved Forests in Europe, pages 87–101. Brill Academic Publishers.
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The architecture and growth dynamics of Prunus avium L., Fraxinus excelsior L. and Acer pseudoplatanus L. were studied in several regions of France. Trees growing in open field and in the understory of forest stands were observed. Numerous trees were studied at several stages of development in order to identify the morphological and architectural features of these species. The establishment of the architectural unit and the strategy of crown development were described for each species. The architectural bases of interspecific and intraspecific variations are discussed and their consequences on understanding of forest structure and plantation management are suggested.
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  title = {Crown {{Architecture}} of {{Valuable Broadleaved Species}}},
  booktitle = {Valuable {{Broadleaved Forests}} in {{Europe}}},
  author = {Barthélémy, D. and Caraglio, Y. and Sabatier, S.},
  editor = {Spiecker, Heinrich and Hein, Sebastian and Makkonen-Spiecker, Kaisu and Thies, Michael},
  date = {2009},
  pages = {87--101},
  publisher = {{Brill Academic Publishers}},
  location = {{Leiden}},
  url = {http://www.brill.com/valuable-broadleaved-forests-europe},
  abstract = {The architecture and growth dynamics of Prunus avium L., Fraxinus excelsior L. and Acer pseudoplatanus L. were studied in several regions of France. Trees growing in open field and in the understory of forest stands were observed. Numerous trees were studied at several stages of development in order to identify the morphological and architectural features of these species. The establishment of the architectural unit and the strategy of crown development were described for each species. The architectural bases of interspecific and intraspecific variations are discussed and their consequences on understanding of forest structure and plantation management are suggested.},
  isbn = {978-90-04-16795-7},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13797712,broadleaved,economic-value,forest-resources,silviculture,timber-value}
}
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