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Transpiration of the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf at varied orientations in the gravitational field of the earth



Transpiration of the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf at varied orientations in the gravitational field of the earth



Dopov Akad Nauk Ukr Rsr 29(8): 746-750



An attached leaf of the sugar beet was oriented in 2 ways in space: first, in the natural position and then in reverse, with the leaf rotated 180[degree]. A change in the orientation of the upper and lower epidermis in relation to the direction of the gravity force resulted. Such an orientation change in the gravitational field effected the transpiration from both the morphologically upper and lower surface of the leaf lamina.

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