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Agronomic and physiological responses of soybean and sorghum crops to water deficits. 3. Components of leaf water potential, leaf conductance, 14CO2 photosynthesis and adaptation to water deficits



Agronomic and physiological responses of soybean and sorghum crops to water deficits. 3. Components of leaf water potential, leaf conductance, 14CO2 photosynthesis and adaptation to water deficits



Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 5(2): 179-194



Concurrent measurements of leaf water potential, leaf osmotic potential, leaf relative water content, quantum flux density, leaf conductance, 14CO2 photosynthesis, soluble and insoluble sugars, starch and K conc. were made diurnally on 6 occasions between flowering and maturity on upper leaves of irrigated and rain-fed crops of soyabean Ruse and Bragg and a rain-fed crop of sorghum TX 610.

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