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A hydrodynamic leaf model



A hydrodynamic leaf model



Annals of Botany (London) 50(6): 799-816



A 2-dimensional porous medium model of the macroscopic water-flow through a plant leaf is described. Except for the case of rotational symmetry, the flow is assumed to be purely mechanical. There are always 2 flow components, the source flow and the transpiration flow. A 3rd flow component may exist, being termed the adaptation flow. The cases of zero and non-zero adaptation flows constitute 2 basic leaf classes. The present investigation concentrates on homogeneous porous media.

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