Seasonal and diurnal patterns of water status in Acer circinatum Public Deposited

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  • During the summer of 1971, diurnal patterns of water status were monitored in Acer circinatum. Measurements of transpiration rate, internal moisture stress, and relative leaf resistance were used to characterize the water status of the tree. For the days examined, the diurnal and seasonal fluctuations of water status in relation to environmental factors were compared and discussed.
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