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Leaf area index and stomatal conductance of the bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) canopy within a pine forest were combined to give canopy conductances. T...Read more
Under isothermal conditions the decrease in air pressure with elevation enhanced potential transpiration by increasing the leaf to air water vapour gr...Read more
Comparisons were made of three micrometeorological models which simulated daily rates of photosynthesis and transpiration in a maize crop. A complete ...Read more
Transpiration and interception were compared for a Scots pine stand and a Corsican pine stand in Thetford Chase, East Anglia. The Scots pine stand had...Read more
The tritium method was used to measure the transpiration of 20 trees in a rain forest in the Amazon Territory of Venezuela. Transpiration rates ranged...Read more
Tree plantations play an important role in meeting the growing demand for wood, but there is concern about their high rates of water use. Recent appro...Read more
Comparisons were made between 3 plots in a plantation of P. sylvestris: on (a) the dry plot, rain was prevented from entering the soil; on (b), soil w...Read more
Sitka spruce seedlings were grown in horticultural peat supplied with either large or small amounts of P and K. K decreased the transpiration rate per...Read more
Transpiration rates of Douglas-fir trees (Pseudotsuga menziesii) were measured in the field, using tritiated water (HTO) as a tracer for water. Sites ...Read more
A simple model is used to calculate transpiration and assimilation rates for leaves or canopies. This is then used to investigate interactions between...Read more