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Difference in leaf water potentials in rice genotypes with different drought tolerance



Difference in leaf water potentials in rice genotypes with different drought tolerance



Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 16(1): 45-58



In field and pot trials with upland rice Qinai (drought-tolerant) and paddy rice Shishou (drought susceptible) grown under controlled water conditions in NW Beijing, leaf water potentials, root bleeding sap and photosynthetic intensities were measured under various soil water potentials and air humidities during different periods. Cultivar Qinai had higher leaf water potential and photosynthetic intensity and produced more root bleeding sap than Shishou under water stress.

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