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Simultaneous and continuous recordings of photosynthesis and transpiration from the upper and lower surfaces of intact banana leaves



Simultaneous and continuous recordings of photosynthesis and transpiration from the upper and lower surfaces of intact banana leaves



Plant Physiol 35: (Suppl), viii-ix



By varying the light intensity incident upon the upper leaf surface it was found that there was a striking difference in the light intensity required to open the stomata on the two leaf surfaces. On the lower surface transpiration and photosynthesis were initiated at about 100 f.c. ; whereas on the upper leaf surface 2, 000 and sometimes 3, 000 f.c. of white fluorescent light were required to initiate these processes.

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