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We then use these estimations, along with the values for [[alpha].sub.l]([t.sub.i]-) determined from samples to produce, by means of equation (3.6), the corresponding projected average MLGR values.
Projected mean leaf growth rate values: for the projection of MLGR we used a maximum leaf length of 863 mm, which was reached after 32 months of observation in November 1998 (Solana-Arellano 2004).
The observed monthly values for the MLGR produced an overall daily average of 10.9 mm [day.sup.-1] [leaf.sup.-1] with a standard error of 0.53 mm [day.sup.-1] [leaf.sup.-1].
Using their leaf-length data and the estimated form of the environmental factor [phi](t) determined from our data, we projected the corresponding MLGR through equation (3.6) and obtained a specific growth rate of 4.2[+ or -]0.02 mm [day.sup.-1].
Application to transplanted plot data: the projection method was also used to estimate MLGR for an experimental transplant at our study site.
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