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The overriding environmental constraint in northern spruce forests is the presence of permafrost, creating drought except when the sun warms the surface. The root system of spruce can develop in the superficial soil layer, from which the trees derive all their water during the short growing season. 3, temperate forests between pp. XX and XX) range from the mixed conifer and broad-leaved forests of much of North America and northern central Europe (where there may be 6 months of freezing temperatures), to the moist dripping forests of broad-leaved evergreen trees found at the biome’s low latitude limits in, for example, Florida and New Zealand.
The former describes the overall potentialities of a species; the latter describes the more limited spectrum of conditions and resources that allow it to persist, even in the presence of competitors and predators. Fundamental and realized niches will receive more attention in Chapter 8, when we look at interspecific competition. The remainder of this chapter looks at some of the most important condition dimensions of species’ niches, starting with temperature; the following chapter examines resources, which add further dimensions of their own.
5% for every 1°C rise in rearing temperature. , 2001, 2002). Others have suggested that such generalizations may be oversimplified, stressing for example that characteristics of whole organisms, like growth and development rates, are determined not only by the temperature dependence of individual chemical reactions, but also by those of the availability of resources, their rate of diffusion from the environment to metabolizing tissues, and so on (Rombough, 2003; Clarke, 2004). It may be that there is room for coexistence between broad-sweep generalizations at the grand scale and the more complex relationships at the level of individual species that these generalizations subsume.