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Experimentally induced plugging of cut-rose xylem by particulate or macromolecular matter

Experimentally induced plugging of cut-rose xylem by particulate or macromolecular matter

Acta Horticulturae (181): 365-370

Results obtained with a model system involving cut roses treated with water-colour suspensions or polyethylene glycol or dextran of different molecular weights are reported. Plant reactions, such as water turnover and diurnal and long-term fresh weight changes, ranged from almost instantaneous collapse to tolerance. The range of concentrations between damaging and non-damaging effects was rather narrow for particulate matter.

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