Experts and Doctors on acer in Canada
Moore J, Houle D. Soil solution and sugar maple response to NH(4)NO (3) additions in a base-poor northern hardwood forest of Québec, Canada. Environ Monit Assess. 2009;155:177-90 pubmed publisher
..Our results, however, clearly demonstrate that increased N deposition at sites with low base saturation may affect Ca nutrition even when clear signs of N saturation are not observed. ..
Muhr J, Messier C, Delagrange S, Trumbore S, Xu X, Hartmann H. How fresh is maple syrup? Sugar maple trees mobilize carbon stored several years previously during early springtime sap-ascent. New Phytol. 2016;209:1410-6 pubmed publisher
..Manipulative investigations (e.g. starvation via girdling) combined with Î”(14) C measurements of this mobilized storage pool will provide further new insights into tree storage regulation and functioning. ..
Cardinal S, Azelmat J, Grenier D, Voyer N. Anti-inflammatory properties of quebecol and its derivatives. Bioorg Med Chem Lett. 2016;26:440-444 pubmed publisher
..Comparing the results obtained for all tested compounds allowed the identification of the main moiety responsible for the anti-inflammatory activity of quebecol. ..
Yang D. Isolation of wood-inhabiting fungi from Canadian hardwood logs. Can J Microbiol. 2005;51:1-6 pubmed
..More fungal species were isolated from summer-harvested logs than from winter-harvested logs. Fewer fungal cultures, especially decay fungi, were isolated from logs in early storage than from logs in late storage. ..
Nikolcheva L, Bourque T, Bärlocher F. Fungal diversity during initial stages of leaf decomposition in a stream. Mycol Res. 2005;109:246-53 pubmed
..This may be due to a few species of terrestrial fungi, later outcompeted by aquatic hyphomycetes, and to many different conidia of aquatic hyphomycetes, some of which may germinate but are unable to establish themselves and reproduce...
Lamlom S, Savidge R. Carbon content variation in boles of mature sugar maple and giant sequoia. Tree Physiol. 2006;26:459-68 pubmed
..Factors that may be responsible for the different C contents and trends with age between sugar maple and sequoia trees are considered. Tree-ring data from this study do not support some of the key assumptions made by dendrochronology...