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Relation between ozone injury and stomatal behaviour of tobacco leaves



Relation between ozone injury and stomatal behaviour of tobacco leaves



Bulletin of the Hatano Tobacco Experiment Station (73): 17-22



Stomatal apertures on 03 susceptible plants tended to be wider than on resistant ones and injury seemed correlated with the degree of opening of stomatal aperture. Stomatal closure in response to O3 differed with age and size. Young and small ones showed a rapid response and time required for closure was longer in the more susceptible middle leaves than upper ones. Response to low concs. of O3 was slow and leaves became spotted after prolonged exposure.

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