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Differences in stomatal behaviour in leaves of pear, Japanese pear, apple, peach and grape

Differences in stomatal behaviour in leaves of pear, Japanese pear, apple, peach and grape

Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Shinshu University 22(2): 61-69

Changes in the relative transpiration rate and in the stomatal resistance of detached leaves on different dates between 30 June and 31 August were recorded for the pear Bartlett (Williams' Bon Chretien), Japanese pear cultivars Shinsui and Kosui, apple Fuji, peach Kanto No.5 and grape Concord. As leaf age increased in the pears, apple and grape the stomatal activity became slower, particularly so in Bartlett pear.

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