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Growth rings (from about AD 1650 onwards) were studied in cross-sections of 23 trees of P. nigra felled at a site in the Taurus Mts., and correlations were made with meteorological records over the past 40 yr. A high min. temp. in May and a low max. temp. in July or Aug. contributed to formation of ...

Liphschitz, N.; Lev-Yadun, S.; Waisel, Y.
La-Yaaran, 1979, 29, 1/2, pp 3-11, 33-36