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Rapid changes in transpiration in banana leaves



Rapid changes in transpiration in banana leaves



Plant Physiol 39: Suppl, xliv



Simultaneous measurements of photosynthesis, transpiration, average stomatal opening and relative leaf thickness were made on portions of banana leaves before, during and after excision under various conditions.

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DOI: 10.2307/4260506


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