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Influence of potassium and sodium nutrition on leaf area components in Eucalyptus grandis trees

Background and Aims Recent studies showed a positive tree response to Na addition in K-depleted tropical soils. Our study aimed to gain insight into the effects of K and Na fertilizations on leaf area components for a widely planted tree species. Methods Leaf expansion rates, as well as nutrient, po... Full description

Journal Title: Plant and soil 2013, Vol.371 (1/2), p.19-35
Main Author: BATTIE-LACLAU, Patricia
Other Authors: LACLAU, Jean-Paul , RANGER, Jacques , BOUILLET, Jean-Pierre , DE CASSIA PICCOLO, Marisa , ARENQUE, Bruna Cersózimo , BERI, Constance , MIETTON, Lauriane , MUNIZ, Marta R. Almeida , JORDAN-MEILLE, Lionel , BUCKERIDGE, Marcos Silveira , NOUVELLON, Yann
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title: Influence of potassium and sodium nutrition on leaf area components in Eucalyptus grandis trees
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  • RANGER, Jacques
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  • DE CASSIA PICCOLO, Marisa
  • ARENQUE, Bruna Cersózimo
  • BERI, Constance
  • MIETTON, Lauriane
  • MUNIZ, Marta R. Almeida
  • JORDAN-MEILLE, Lionel
  • BUCKERIDGE, Marcos Silveira
  • NOUVELLON, Yann
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  • Animal, plant and microbial ecology
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  • beverages
  • Biological and medical sciences
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  • fungi
  • General agronomy. Plant production
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  • osmotic potential
  • Physiological aspects
  • Physiologie végétale
  • Plant biology
  • Plant cells
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  • Plant Sciences
  • Plantation forestière
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  • soluble sugars
  • Sugars
  • Surface foliaire
  • Trees
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description: Background and Aims Recent studies showed a positive tree response to Na addition in K-depleted tropical soils. Our study aimed to gain insight into the effects of K and Na fertilizations on leaf area components for a widely planted tree species. Methods Leaf expansion rates, as well as nutrient, polyol and soluble sugar concentrations, were measured from emergence to abscission of tagged leaves in 1-year-old Eucalyptus grandis plantations. Leaf cell size and water status parameters were compared 1 and 2 months after leaf emergence in plots with KCl application (+K), NaCl application (+Na) and control plots (C). Results K and Na applications enhanced tree leaf area by increasing both leaf longevity and the mean area of individual leaves. Higher cell turgor in treatments +K and +Na than in the C treatment resulting from higher concentrations of osmotica contributed to increasing both palisade cell diameters and the size of fully expanded leaves. Conclusions Intermediate total tree leaf area in treatment +Na compared to treatments C and +K might result from the capacity of Na to substitute K in osmoregulatory functions, whereas it seemed unable to accomplish other important K functions that contribute to delaying leaf senescence.
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abstractBackground and Aims Recent studies showed a positive tree response to Na addition in K-depleted tropical soils. Our study aimed to gain insight into the effects of K and Na fertilizations on leaf area components for a widely planted tree species. Methods Leaf expansion rates, as well as nutrient, polyol and soluble sugar concentrations, were measured from emergence to abscission of tagged leaves in 1-year-old Eucalyptus grandis plantations. Leaf cell size and water status parameters were compared 1 and 2 months after leaf emergence in plots with KCl application (+K), NaCl application (+Na) and control plots (C). Results K and Na applications enhanced tree leaf area by increasing both leaf longevity and the mean area of individual leaves. Higher cell turgor in treatments +K and +Na than in the C treatment resulting from higher concentrations of osmotica contributed to increasing both palisade cell diameters and the size of fully expanded leaves. Conclusions Intermediate total tree leaf area in treatment +Na compared to treatments C and +K might result from the capacity of Na to substitute K in osmoregulatory functions, whereas it seemed unable to accomplish other important K functions that contribute to delaying leaf senescence.
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