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A new method of measuring water potential in tree stems by water injection



A new method of measuring water potential in tree stems by water injection



Plant, Cell and Environment 4(6): 463-465



The xylem water potential is calculated from the flow rate of water injected into the xylem at 2 or more known pressures. Data are presented for Pinus contorta 4 m high in calm or windy autumn weather.

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DOI: 10.1111/1365-3040.ep11604670


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