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Studies on the stomatal movement of tobacco leaves. 2. The behaviour of stomata in the upper and lower surfaces of intact tobacco leaves in relation to transpiration and photosynthesis


, : Studies on the stomatal movement of tobacco leaves. 2. The behaviour of stomata in the upper and lower surfaces of intact tobacco leaves in relation to transpiration and photosynthesis. Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan 43(4): 510-516

A method of continuously measuring transpiration rates from upper and lower surfaces of an intact leaf is described. In experiments with intact leaves of tobacco Bright Yellow, the effects of alternating light and darkness on stomatal opening were different for the upper and lower leaf surfaces; both opening and closing responses to light were more sensitive on the lower than on the upper surface.

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