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Studies in stomatal behaviour. III. The sensitivity of stomata to mechanical shock. Part 2. True shock-phenomena and their implications



Studies in stomatal behaviour. III. The sensitivity of stomata to mechanical shock. Part 2. True shock-phenomena and their implications



J. exp. Bot, 2: 86-95. bibl. 13



Pelargonium zonale leaves, subjected to mechanical shock by a sharp pressure from the forefinger, showed a marked acceleration of stomatal closure when the porometer-cups used were immediately darkened by placing a halfpenny over them. The effect persisted for 18 hours. When a light period of 2 hours followed shock, closure was decelerated.

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