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Within-crown patterns of transpiration, water stress, and stomatal activity in Abies amabilis

Within-crown patterns of transpiration, water stress, and stomatal activity in Abies amabilis

For. Sci 16(4): 490-2

Two open-grown trees of A. amabilis growing at 1300 m. alt. at Stampede Pass, Washington were studied. Transpiration was estimated with an infra-red gas analyser, stomatal aperture by pressure infiltration, and stem moisture stress with a Scholander pressure bomb. Transpiration, stem moisture stress and stomatal activity appeared to be influenced independently by the particular micro-enviromnent at each transpiring surface as well as by transpiration activity in other sections of the crown.

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