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Sorrrcl,: Alipallulnpai (1989) Understanding physiological diftcrcnccs anlong natural populalions of a spccics can rhus be uscful for developing a successful tree improvcnwnl progranl. Atipanunlpai (1989) examined transpiralion, photosynthesis, respiration. and nutrient uptakc for 6 of the 16 provcnanccs al Lad Kraling Plantation, Chachocngsao. 3 (Sccdlots 13229. 13236. 13240. 13459, 13460, and 1362 1 ). The results arc sunlnlarizcd below. Transpiration Rate Transpiration ratc varied dailv dcpcnding on air ccrnpcraturc or soil ~ ~ w i s t u r c content.
Talbert. 1984. Applrcd Fores! Tree Improvemen!. New York: John Wiley Rr Sons. Zobel. J.. Van Wyk. and P. Stahl. 1987. Groumg Exorrc Foresrs. New York: John W~ley& Sons. Acacia mangium Growing and UtilizaLion Chapter 3 Genetics and Tree Improvement Introduction Agriculture and lioniculrurc conlnlonly nukc use 01' inlprovcd gcnctic niarcrials (lor example, with rubber. oil paliil. cocoa. and a number 01' fruit rrccs) lor higher yiclds and/or rcsisrancc lo idcnrilicd pcsrs and diseases. Tlic advanragcs ol' thcsc higher yiclds and ccononiic rcrurns arc readily undcrsrood by l'arnicrs.
Wlicrc sralcnlcnrs arc nor rclbrcnccd. rhcy arc based on the aurhors' own cxpcricncc and obscrvarions. Chromosome Characteristics X planr's soniaric clironiosomc conlplcnicnrs can be regarded as a basic tax()- Genetics and Tree Improvement nomic feature and described both in terms of chromosome numbcr and n~orphology of the individual components. These karyorypic fcarurcs can serve as additional informalion for taxonomic classificarion. They arc usually constant-in each somatic cell of an organism.
Acacia Mangium: Growing and Utilization by Kamis Awang, Davis Taylor (eds)