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Quantitative determination of water uptake by roots by means of the chloride method


, : Quantitative determination of water uptake by roots by means of the chloride method. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Bodenkundlichen Gesellschaft 38: 71-75

A dynamic solution-transport model is described, which, when used in conjunction with the chloride method improves the effectiveness of the latter method.


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