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The dependence of leaf hydraulic conductance on irradiance during HPFM measurements: any role for stomatal response?Author(s): Melvin T. Tyree; Andrea Nardini; Sebastiano Salleo; Lawren Sack; Bouchra El 0mari
Source: Journal of Experimental Botany. 56(412): 737-744.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationTyree, Melvin T.; Nardini, Andrea; Salleo, Sebastiano; Sack, Lawren; El 0mari, Bouchra 2004. The dependence of leaf hydraulic conductance on irradiance during HPFM measurements: any role for stomatal response?. Journal of Experimental Botany. 56(412): 737-744.
KeywordsHydraulic conductance, HPFM, irradiance, leaf conductance, stomates
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