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Studies on leaf burn of pear trees. VIII. Stomatal responses to water and to light of leaves of pear trees in summer



Studies on leaf burn of pear trees. VIII. Stomatal responses to water and to light of leaves of pear trees in summer



Bulletin of the Yamagata University, Agricultural Science Yamagata Daigaku Kiyo, Nogaku 8(1): 29-40



Differences in stomatal closing action in response to water saturation and light were found between, on the one hand, detached shoots of Bartlett (William's Bon Chretien) and Grand Champion, respectively very susceptible and susceptible to leaf burn, and, on the other, Red Bartlett, resistant.

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