Fure-Chyi Chen ³¯ºÖºX
furechen at UNIX2CC.NPPI.EDU.TW
Mon Nov 4 20:45:01 EST 1996
Sorry, could you explain what is 'C effect'? Thank you.
On 4 Nov 1996, 'Toby' H D Bradshaw wrote:
> In article <557v6d$6l5 at bee.uspnet.usp.br>,
> Lothar Schacht <lschacht at carpa.ciagri.usp.br> wrote:
> >According Burdon and Shelbourne (1974) effect C is "a maternal effect
> >common to all ramets of a clone, such as that produced by the nutrient
> >status, size, vigour or age of an ortet or mother tree". Are the maternal
> >effects, which are peculiar to individual propagules, such as those
> >produced by differences in cutting size and position on the ortet, not
> The effect of cutting size and position are included in the 'C
> effect'. Probably the classic work on this subject was done
> by Bill Libby in the 60s, using Mimulus guttatus as a model.
> If this paper is not cited in Burdon and Shelbourne, I'll dig
> around for it. Dunlap and Stettler have published something
> recently on C effects in hybrid cottonwood. A search should
> turn it up.
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