Publication detail

Environmental monitoring of soil conditioner effects on photosynthetic parameters of Acer campestre L.

SOCHOR, J. SALAŠ, P. ŠKUTKOVÁ, H. BABULA, P. PROVAZNÍK, I. ADAM, V. KIZEK, R.

Original Title

Environmental monitoring of soil conditioner effects on photosynthetic parameters of Acer campestre L.

English Title

Environmental monitoring of soil conditioner effects on photosynthetic parameters of Acer campestre L.

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

We evaluated photosynthetic reactions in Acer campestre L. in a multi-factorial field experiment near Hodonín, Southern Moravia, Czech Republic. In this experiment, selected plots were amended with three different supplementary soil substances, that is, zeolite, lignite, and hydroabsorbent Agrisorb, and were compared with unamended control plots. Microclimatic parameters, that is, temperature, relative humidity, soil moisture, and solar radiation were measured. The basic physiological parameters, chlorophyll content and fluorescence, stomatal conductance, and sap flow were determined in the experimental plants. The highest height increments were determined in experimental group cultivated under lignite application, followed by zeolite. Statistically insignificant plant height increases were observed in plants cultivated on the soil supplemented with hydroabsorbent Agrisorb.

English abstract

We evaluated photosynthetic reactions in Acer campestre L. in a multi-factorial field experiment near Hodonín, Southern Moravia, Czech Republic. In this experiment, selected plots were amended with three different supplementary soil substances, that is, zeolite, lignite, and hydroabsorbent Agrisorb, and were compared with unamended control plots. Microclimatic parameters, that is, temperature, relative humidity, soil moisture, and solar radiation were measured. The basic physiological parameters, chlorophyll content and fluorescence, stomatal conductance, and sap flow were determined in the experimental plants. The highest height increments were determined in experimental group cultivated under lignite application, followed by zeolite. Statistically insignificant plant height increases were observed in plants cultivated on the soil supplemented with hydroabsorbent Agrisorb.

Keywords

Abiotic stress, soil conditions, microclimatic data, photosynthetic reactions, morphological characteristic, environmental sensors.

RIV year

2012

Released

19.06.2012

Pages from

4007

Pages to

4021

Pages count

15

BibTex


@article{BUT93014,
  author="Jiří {Sochor} and Petr {Salaš} and Helena {Škutková} and Petr {Babula} and Ivo {Provazník} and Vojtěch {Adam} and René {Kizek}",
  title="Environmental monitoring of soil conditioner effects on photosynthetic parameters of Acer campestre L.",
  annote="We evaluated photosynthetic reactions in Acer campestre L. in a multi-factorial field experiment near Hodonín, Southern Moravia, Czech Republic. In this experiment, selected plots were amended with three different supplementary soil substances, that is, zeolite, lignite, and hydroabsorbent Agrisorb, and were compared with unamended control plots. Microclimatic parameters, that is, temperature, relative humidity, soil moisture, and solar radiation were measured. The basic physiological parameters, chlorophyll content and fluorescence, stomatal conductance, and sap flow were determined in the experimental plants. The highest height increments were determined in experimental group cultivated under lignite application, followed by zeolite. Statistically insignificant plant height increases were observed in plants cultivated on the soil supplemented with hydroabsorbent Agrisorb.",
  chapter="93014",
  number="58",
  volume="11",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="4007--4021",
  type="journal article - other"
}