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dc.creatorTardieu, F., autor. aut 56421
dc.descriptionThe nature of water transport within the plant, stomatal function and the role of abscisic acid in stomatal movement are reviewed. The relationship between water status and stomatal control is clarified as a result of trials with field-grown sunflowers and detached leaves and the possible nature of controls for avoidance of dehydration at the whole-plant level are discussed.
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dc.descriptionThe nature of water transport within the plant, stomatal function and the role of abscisic acid in stomatal movement are reviewed. The relationship between water status and stomatal control is clarified as a result of trials with field-grown sunflowers and detached leaves and the possible nature of controls for avoidance of dehydration at the whole-plant level are discussed.
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dc.subjectAbscisic acid
dc.subjectgrowth inhibitors
dc.subjectgrowth regulators
dc.subjectleaves
dc.subjectplant growth regulators
dc.subjectplant water relations
dc.subjectstomatal movement
dc.subjectsunflowers
dc.subjecttranspiration
dc.subjectwater content
dc.subjectwater relations
dc.subjectAbscisic acid
dc.subjectGrowth regulators
dc.subjectLeaves
dc.subjectLeaves
dc.subjectPlant regulators
dc.subjectSunflowers
dc.titleLinked control in sunflowers of transpiration, leaf water status and chemical messages from in the roots.
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