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plants occurs during a lengthy sessile stage during which waxy covering protects the insects. The butterfly Chilades pandava (Lycaenidae) was found in northern Guam in 2005 ( Moore et al., 2005 ). The caterpillar stage of this butterfly requires soft

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transpiration, leaf area index and radial growth of a sessile oak stand ( Quercus petraea ) Ann. Sci. For. 53 521 536 Bunt, A.C. 1988 Media and mixes for container-grown plants. 2nd ed. Unwin Hyman, London, UK Chahal, P.S. Irmak, S. Jugulam, M. Jhala, A.J. 2018

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.J. Boothman, I.R. 1997 The effect of treeshelter height on the early growth of sessile oak [ Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.] Forestry 70 151 155 Moon, J.W. Flore, J.A. Hancock, J.F. Jr 1987 A comparison of carbon and water vapor gas exchange characteristics

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contrasting habitats J. Arid Environ. 8 45 56 Granier, N.A. 1996 Intra- and interannual variations of transpiration, leaf area index and radial growth of a sessile oak stand ( Quercus petraea ) Ann. For. Sci. 53 521 536 Hiraoka, H. 2005 An investigation of the

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environmental factors on tree seedling growth and physiology Restor. Ecol. 16 270 280 Mayhead, G.J. Boothman, I.R. 1997 The effect of treeshelter height on the early growth of sessile oak [ Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.] Forestry 70 151 155 Moon, J.W. Flore, J

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growth of a sessile oak stand ( Quercus petraea ) Ann. For. Sci. 53 521 536 Callesen, O. 1998 Recent developments in cherry rootstock research Acta Hort. 468 219 228 Chalmers, D. Mitchell, P. Van Heek, L. 1981 Control of peach tree growth and productivity

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density on sessile oak Quercus petraea Liebl. seedlings . Eur J For Res . 134 : 969 – 979 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10342-015-0902-2 . Nelson DW , Sommers LE . 1973 . Determination of total nitrogen in plant material . Agron J . 65 : 109

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.R. 1997 The effect of treeshelter height on the early growth of sessile oak [ Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.] Forestry 70 151 155 Moon, J.W. Flore, J.A. Hancock, J.F. Jr 1987 A comparison of carbon and water vapor gas exchange characteristics between a

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As plants are sessile organisms that cannot avoid heat, they often encounter harsh heat stress ( Wang et al., 2018 ). Heat stress can impose different metabolic and physical challenges on almost all aspects of plant development, growth, reproduction

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