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coefficients between pairs of traits based on 20 pomegranate cultivars. Stomatal density. A large variation of stomata density ranging from 46 stomata/mm 2 (in ‘Shahsavar Seydan Marvdasht’) to 108 stomata/mm 2 (in ‘Shirin Semnan’) was observed in the

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positive correlation with stomata size and a negative correlation with stomata density across a wide range of angiosperms ( Beaulieu et al., 2008 ). Stomata have proven useful anatomical characters to differentiate ploidy levels in woody plant species

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relationship between δ and seasonal ET similar to Sheshshayee et al. (2005) suggesting this outlier group had reduced transpiration together with higher ASH. Morphological parameters of the leaf and stomata density in the Kazakhstan accessions did not explain

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. Abak, K. 2010 Relationship between drought tolerance and stomata density in melon Acta Hort. 871 291 300 Liu, Y.B. Qin, L.J. Han, L.Z. Xiang, Y. Zhao, D.G. 2015 Overexpression of maize SDD1 (ZmSDD1) improves drought resistance in Zea mays L. by

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as an indicator to adaptation such as change in size or stomata density per area ( Silva et al., 2009 ; Teeri et al., 1981 ). Results for some species indicated no morphological change, which could be because the plants adapt to the soilless

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. Fig. 6. Effects of different vapor pressure deficits (VPD) on ( A ) stomata density, ( B ) opened stomata ratio, and ( C ) stomatal area of two Rhododendron cultivars. Stomatal density and ratio of opened stomata (the ratio of the average number of

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diameter of metaxylem vessels and the number of spongy parenchyma cells were measured with an optic microscope (Olympus BX60; Olympus Co., Japan) and an image analyzer (Image-PRO Plus Version 7.0; Media Cybernetics, Bethesda, MD). Stomata density, length

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differences between the tetraploid and diploid regarding stomatal density and guard cell length were significant ( Fig. 5 ). Thus, stomatal measurements represent an indirect method for ploidy screening. Table 3. T -test of stomata density and guard cell

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observations of stomata density and flesh aroma in this study indicated that chimeric cells likely were derived from both parental cultivars. Further studies are required to reveal the interaction between cells of ‘Robertson’ navel orange and Satsuma mandarin

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.9 and 14.4 μm under 50:50 red:blue LEDs, a 55.4 and 476.0% increase, respectively. Additionally, chloroplasts were more developed and stomata density increased under the red:blue LEDs compared with the monochromatic red LEDs. Additionally, enhanced net

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