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Carbon and water economy of two lupin lines under induced water stress


Structural and functional responses to environmental stresses: water shortage: 219-226
Carbon and water economy of two lupin lines under induced water stress
The response of leaf carbon and water vapour exchange rates, leaf water and osmotic potentials and stomatal conductance to a decrease in soil water content was followed at flowering in Lupinus albus lines 34 and 6 which differ in the length of the life cycle and in the climate of origin. Line 34 appeared to be more strongly affected by water shortage, with a minimum predawn leaf water potential of -0.81 MPa compared with -0.53 MPa for line 6, in spite of greater restriction in the water loss.


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