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Responses of seven diverse rice cultivars to water deficits. II. Osmotic adjustment, leaf elasticity, leaf extension, leaf death, stomatal conductance and photosynthesis



Responses of seven diverse rice cultivars to water deficits. II. Osmotic adjustment, leaf elasticity, leaf extension, leaf death, stomatal conductance and photosynthesis



Field Crops Research 13(3): 273-286



Turgid osmotic pressures, leaf extension rates and the bulk modulus of elasticity of the leaves were followed in 7 rice (representing a wide range of germplasm from traditional dryland types to improved wetland types) before, during and after 10 days of differential irrigation treatments by a line source sprinkler system imposed pre-flowering.

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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(86)90028-6



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