Nöther's theorem in the elastic dynamics of microcracked bodies

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Eight clones of Populus tremuloides were used in the study. Correlations were found between K content in the leaves and leaf moisture content, RNase activity of leaf extracts and protein content and between Zn content and contents of protein and tryptophan (believed to be the precursor of auxin). Most soil properties under Aspen are not conducive to Zn deficiency, but the contents of organic matter and available P apparently have an influence (varying with depth) on Zn availability. Carbohydrate reserves in the roots varied with clones and with season. The length of the period of sucker production, but not the total number of suckers, varied with the quantity of carbohydrate reserves. There was considerable variation in sucker production between clones in relation to the time required for sucker initiation, the number of suckers produced, and the ability to establish new roots. Season was also an important factor

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Mariano, P. M. (1996). Nöther’s theorem in the elastic dynamics of microcracked bodies. Mechanics Research Communications, 23(3), 233–238. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-6413(96)00018-3

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