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all values into g C, the molar masses of C and CO2 were
applied (12 and 44 g/mol, respectively), and a molar mass of
30 g/mol was used as a general form of carbohydrate (CH2O).
Therefore, measurements of CO2 fluxes were multiplied by the
molar ratio 12/44, and dry biomass values were multiplied by the
molar ratio 12/30."
||"Compartment-specific C pools (Table 2) were calculated for
stem, branches and twigs, cones, foliage, and the belowground
stem-root transition section, using allometric equations based on
the harvest of 28 trees (primary source ) pools in coarse
and fine roots were calculated from (primary source ) and
(primary source ), respectively. Compound-specific C pools
were calculated for starch and soluble sugars in stem, foliage, and
roots by multiplying the concentration values (% dry biomass) by the calculated compartment-specific C pools." See notes beneath table