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  1. Different water relations between flowering and leaf periods: a case study in flower-before-leaf-emergence Magnolia species

    Liu, H., Xu, Q-Y., Lundgren, M. R. & Ye, Q., 11/08/2017, In: Functional Plant Biology. 44, 11, p. 1098-1110 13 p.

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  2. Rapid changes in root HvPIP2; 2 aquaporins abundance and ABA concentration are required to enhance root hydraulic conductivity and maintain leaf water potential in response to increased evaporative demand

    Veselov, D. S., Sharipova, G. V., Veselov, S. Y., Dodd, I. C., Ivanov, I. & Kudoyarova, G. R., 9/11/2016, In: Functional Plant Biology. 45, 2, p. 143-149 7 p.

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  3. Sap fluxes from different parts of the rootzone modulate xylem ABA concentration during partial rootzone drying and re-wetting

    Perez-Perez, J. G. & Dodd, I. C., 04/2015, In: Journal of Experimental Botany. 66, 8, p. 2315-2324 10 p.

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  4. Xylem sap calcium concentrations do not explain liming-induced inhibition of legume gas exchange

    Rothwell, S. A. & Dodd, I. C., 09/2014, In: Plant and Soil. 382, 1-2, p. 17-30 14 p.

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  5. Water relations and growth of original barley plants and its ABA-deficient mutants at increased air temperature

    Kudoyarova, G. R., Veselov, D. S., Sharipova, G. V., Akhiyarova, G. R., Dodd, I. C. & Veselov, S. Y., 03/2014, In: Russian Journal of Plant Physiology. 61, 2, p. 188-193 6 p.

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  6. Ethylene limits abscisic acid- or soil drying-induced stomatal closure in aged wheat leaves

    Chen, L., Dodd, I. C., Davies, W. J. & Wilkinson, S., 10/2013, In: Plant, Cell and Environment. 36, 10, p. 1850-1859 10 p.

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  7. Cuticular permeance in relation to wax and cutin development along the growing barley ( Hordeum vulgare ) leaf.

    Richardson, A., Wojciechowski, T., Franke, R., Schreiber, L., Kerstiens, G., Jarvis, M. & Fricke, W., 05/2007, In: Planta. 225, 6, p. 1471-1481 11 p.

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  8. Water relations in Norway spruce trees growing at ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations

    Kupper, P., Sellin, A., Klimankova, Z., Pokorny, R. & Puertolas Simon, J., 12/2006, In: Biologia Plantarum. 50, 4, p. 603-609 7 p.

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  9. Water transport in plant cuticles: an update.

    Kerstiens, G., 08/2006, In: Journal of Experimental Botany. 57, 11, p. 2493-2499 7 p.

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  10. Landscape pattern and spatial variability of leaf area index in Eastern Amazonia

    Aragão, L. E. O. C., Shimabukuro, Y. E., Espirito-Santo, F. D. B. & Williams, M., 20/06/2005, In: Forest Ecology and Management. 211, 3, p. 240-256 17 p.

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  11. In vivo manipulation of cuticular water permeance and its effect on stomatal response to air humidity

    Kerstiens, G., 11/1997, In: New Phytologist. 137, 3, p. 473-480 8 p.

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