Stomata and Water Relations in Plants: Papers and Discussions Given July 1 to 12, 1963 as Part of the Advanced Science Seminar on the Physiology and Biochemistry of Leaf Stomata
Connecticut Agricultural Experimental Station, 1963 - Plant physiology - 116 pages
Participants and contributors; Introductory remarks; Experimental morphology of stomata; The control and mechanisms of stomatal movement; Active and inactive transport across cell membranes; Some considerations on water transport; Across living membranes; Resistance to water flow in the transpiration stream; The effect of environment on gas exchange of leaves; The role of stomata in plant disease.
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The Control and Mechanisms of Stomatal Movement
Active and Inactive Transport Across Cell Membranes
Some Considerations on Water Transport
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