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Transpiration of lemon cuttings in reference to leaf-root relationship


, : Transpiration of lemon cuttings in reference to leaf-root relationship. Proc. Amer. Soc. hort. Sci. for 1939. 36: 250-4. bibl. 2

Effect of leaf removal on transpiration of rooted lemon cuttings under constant environmental conditions was studied at the University of California. Differences of water loss greater than 10% were taken as due to treatment. Leaf removal from either end of the cutting produced similar rates of water loss. With root conditions non-limiting in relation to transpiration surfaces, comparisons in transpiration can be made on a leaf area basis.

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