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Effects of drought stress and light intensity on soybean leaf orientation



Effects of drought stress and light intensity on soybean leaf orientation



Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: 94(1)



The relationship between soyabean leaf orientation and plant water status, and the effect of light level on this relationship, were studied in the greenhouse and the laboratory. The angle of the leaves was measured with a protractor, and the plant water status was measured using a pressure chamber. The light level was varied by placing layers of screening over the plants. The relationship between leaf angle and water status was determined for 4 light levels.

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