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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Territorial - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2015
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: MATTOS, P. P. de
BRAZ, E. M.
DOMENE, V. D.
SAMPAIO, E. V. DE S. B.
GASSON, P.
PAREYN, F. G. C.
ALVAREZ, I. A.
BARACAT, A.
ARAÚJO, E. DE L.
Additional Information: PATRICIA POVOA DE MATTOS, CNPF; EVALDO MUNOZ BRAZ, CNPF; VITOR DRESSANO DOMENE, UFPR; EVERARDO VALADARES DE SÁ BARRETTO SAMPAIO, UFPE; PETER GASSON, ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS; FRANS GERMAIN CORNEEL PAREYN, ASSOCIAÇÃO PLANTAS DO NORDESTE; IVAN ANDRE ALVAREZ, CNPM; AMÉLIA BARACAT, ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS; ELCIDA DE LIMA ARAÚJO, UFRPE.
Title: Climate-Tree growth relationships of Mimosa tenuiflora in seasonally dry tropical forest, Brazil.
Publisher: Cerne, v. 21, n. 1, p. 141-149, 2015.
Language: en
Keywords: Wood management.
Description: Mimosa tenuiflora is a native pioneer tree from the Caatinga used commercially as firewood due to its high calorific value. It is deciduous, its trunk does not reach large diameters and it has good regrowth capacity. This study intended to determine the annual increment in diameter of M. tenuiflora and its correlation with rainfall, as basis for fuel wood management. Disks from the stem base of M. tenuiflora trees were collected in 2008 in Sertânia and Serra Talhada, Pernambuco State, from regrowth of trees coppiced in 2003 and in Limoeiro do Norte, Ceará State, from a plantation established in 2002. The trees have well-defined annual growth rings, highly correlated with annual precipitation and are well-suited for dendrochronological investigations. Forest managers must consider the influence of previous drier years in the wood production when predicting fuel wood harvesting. The high growth correlation with the previous year?s rainfall in regions where the rains start after photoperiodic stimulation indicate the necessity of understanding the growth dynamics of the species under dry forest conditions through additional ecophysiology studies.
Data Created: 2015-04-02
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