Ozone Susceptibility of Ten Azalea Cultivars as Related to Stomatal Frequency or Conductance1

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C. M. Gesalman Department of Plant Pathology, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802

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Received for publication November 4, 1977. Contribution No. 478-77 from the Center for Air Environment Studies and No. 1010 from the Department of Plant Pathology. Paper No. 5406 in the Journal Series of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Experiment Station, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 18602. Funds provided by the Environmental Protection Agency under grant numbers R800865 and R900011. Space provided by the School of Forest Resources.

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