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Studies on the relationship between several physiological functions of plants and the DPD of leaves and soil moisture stress


, : Studies on the relationship between several physiological functions of plants and the DPD of leaves and soil moisture stress. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China (80): 26-41

The effects of plant water stress and soil moisture stress on photosynthesis, stomatal aperture and transpiration were investigated in species including maize, soyabean, groundnut and sweet potato grown in pots in a growth chamber. Maximum photosynthesis occurred at a soil moisture content (MC) of 50-60% (of the maximum water-holding capacity) and at a leaf DPD (diffusion pressure deficit) of 1-1.5 atm.

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