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Influence of stomatal behavior on ozone injury of tobacco leaves



Influence of stomatal behavior on ozone injury of tobacco leaves



Tobacco Intelligence 176(14): 28-30



Ozone injury in lower leaves of Bel W3-S tobacco (O3 hypersensitive) was heavier than in those of Bel W3-R (moderately resistant). Stomatal aperture was generally wider in Bel W3-S and there were more stomata/mm2 leaf. When leaves were moved from dark to light, stomata of Bel W3-R tended to open quickly while those of Bel W3-S responded slowly.

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