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Effect of root zone temperatures on the mineral composition of xylem sap, photosynthetic activity and transpiration in cucumber plants



Effect of root zone temperatures on the mineral composition of xylem sap, photosynthetic activity and transpiration in cucumber plants



Acta Horticulturae ( 396): 161-166



Photosynthesis, transpiration and the mineral composition of xylem sap were determined for cucumbers (cv. Ipchu-nakhap) grown in hydroponic culture with solution temperatures of 12, 22 (considered to be the optimum) or 32+or-1 degrees C. The sap exudation rate from decapitated plants was lowest at 12 degrees (0.8 ml plant-1 h-1) and highest at 22 degrees (14.4 ml plant-1 h-1).

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