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Resistance to water transport in rice plants



Resistance to water transport in rice plants



Agronomy Journal 67(2): 269-272



In a glasshouse experiment, resistance to water transport in rice IR8 plants grown for 45-50 days without flooding was nearly twice that of plants grown on flooded soil. Resistance in leaves was about equal, but resistance in roots was 17 times greater in non-flooded than in flooded plants in which the root cortex was degraded and offered very little resistance to water transport.

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