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Vania Lanari, Oriana Silvestroni, Alberto Palliotti, Alan Green, and Paolo Sabbatini

Not much is known about the influence of leaf position on photosynthesis in water-stressed leaves. We do know that stomatal control of water loss is an early plant response to water deficit under field conditions ( Chaves, 1991 ; Cornic and

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Nisa Leksungnoen, Roger K. Kjelgren, Richard C. Beeson Jr., Paul G. Johnson, Grant E. Cardon, and Austin Hawks

California. Salinity. 4 Mar. 2014. < > Tardieu, F. Simmoneau, T. 1998 Variability among species of stomatal control under fluctuating soil water status and evaporative demand: Modelling isohydric and anisohydric behaviours J

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Thomas Graham, Ping Zhang, Youbin Zheng, and Michael A. Dixon

understood, although many questions still remain regarding stomatally controlled mass transfer, internal distribution of ozone, direct versus indirect effects, and physiological systems affected within the leaf and plant proper ( Altimir et al., 2008

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David M. Glenn

indicating significant stomatal control in apple ( Fig. 1 ), whereas A levels were not correlated with mean daily PAR that ranged from 783 to 976 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 . The application of a reflective PF generally increased whole canopy gas exchange ( Tables 1

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Manuel G. Astacio and Marc W. van Iersel

.R. Jackson, M.B. Atkin R.K. Hormone action in plant development. A critical appraisal Butterworths London, UK Davies, W.J. Wilkinson, S. Loveys, B. 2002 Stomatal control by chemical signaling and the exploitation of this mechanism to increase water use

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Roger Kjelgren, Yongyut Trisurat, Ladawan Puangchit, Nestor Baguinon, and Puay Tan Yok

tropical dry-deciduous and evergreen forests Tree Physiol. 26 643 656 Jarvis, P. McNaughton, K. 1986 Stomatal control of transpiration: Scaling up from leaf to region Adv. Ecol. Res 15 1 49 Jim, C.Y. 2001 Managing urban trees and their soil envelopes in a

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Gioia D. Massa, Hyeon-Hye Kim, Raymond M. Wheeler, and Cary A. Mitchell

spectrum. The amount of blue light required or optimal for different species is an ongoing question. Blue light has a variety of important photomorphogenic roles in plants, including stomatal control ( Schwartz and Zeiger, 1984 ), which affects water

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Emad Bsoul, Rolston St. Hilaire, and Dawn M. VanLeeuwen

Jones, H.G. 1998 Stomatal control of photosynthesis and transpiration J. Expt. Bot. 49 387 398 Lamont, B.B. Lamont, C. 2000 Utilizable water in leaves of 8 arid species as derived from pressure

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Jinhong Yuan, Man Xu, Wei Duan, Peige Fan, and Shaohua Li

177 Davies, W.J. Wilkinson, S. Loveys, B. 2002 Stomatal control by chemical signalling and the exploitation of this mechanism to increase water use efficiency in agriculture New Phytol. 153 449 460 Demmig-Adams, B. Adams, W.W. III 1996 The role of

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Wanploy Jinagool, Lia Lamacque, Marine Delmas, Sylvain Delzon, Hervé Cochard, and Stéphane Herbette

of stomatal control in preventing xylem cavitation Tree Physiol. 19 453 459 Stanford, A.M. Harden, R. Parks, C.R. 2000 Phylogeny and biogeography of Juglans (Juglandaceae) based on matK and ITS sequence data Amer. J. Bot. 87 872 882 Torres-Ruiz, J