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Variation in transpiration rate in Dactylis

Variation in transpiration rate in Dactylis

Proceedings of the 13th International Grassland Congress Sectional Papers, Sections 1-2: 71-79

In studies on rates of water use, photosynthesis, leaf condunctance and growth and epidermal and stomatal characteristics in Dactylis glomerata S37 and D. marina, max. leaf conductance was negatively correlated with epidermal papilla cell ht. which was greatest in D. marina and least in D. glomerata. Apparently because of this relationship, D. marina was able to maintain leaf growth rates longer during a drying period than was D. glomerata.

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