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An analysis of the dynamic response of stomatal conductance to a reduction in humidity over leaves of Cedrella odorata

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An analysis of the dynamic response of stomatal conductance to a reduction in humidity over leaves of Cedrella odorata. / Jarvis, A. J.; Young, Peter J.; Taylor, C. James; Davies, William J.

In: Plant, Cell and Environment, Vol. 22, No. 8, 08.1999, p. 913-924.

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title = "An analysis of the dynamic response of stomatal conductance to a reduction in humidity over leaves of Cedrella odorata",
abstract = "Single leaves of 3-month-old Cedrella odorata seedlings were exposed to a step reduction in the ambient dew point. The resultant time series of dynamic variations in leaf surface water vapour concentration, leaf surface water vapour concentration gradient, transpiration rate and stomatal conductance to water vapour, are analysed using the data-based mechanistic (DBM) modelling methodology of Young (e.g. Young & Lees 1992; Minchin et al. 1996). It is shown that the identified second-order, dynamic model between transpiration rate (as the input) and stomatal conductance (as the output) provides an appropriate, physiologically meaningful, description of the system. In particular, the dynamic relationship between these two variables is remarkably linear and can be resolved in terms of two parallel, first-order, subsystems; a model which complements the results of Cowan (1977) for cotton. The model is also compared with the recently published simulation model of Haefner, Buckley & Mott (1997).",
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T1 - An analysis of the dynamic response of stomatal conductance to a reduction in humidity over leaves of Cedrella odorata

AU - Jarvis, A. J.

AU - Young, Peter J.

AU - Taylor, C. James

AU - Davies, William J.

PY - 1999/8

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N2 - Single leaves of 3-month-old Cedrella odorata seedlings were exposed to a step reduction in the ambient dew point. The resultant time series of dynamic variations in leaf surface water vapour concentration, leaf surface water vapour concentration gradient, transpiration rate and stomatal conductance to water vapour, are analysed using the data-based mechanistic (DBM) modelling methodology of Young (e.g. Young & Lees 1992; Minchin et al. 1996). It is shown that the identified second-order, dynamic model between transpiration rate (as the input) and stomatal conductance (as the output) provides an appropriate, physiologically meaningful, description of the system. In particular, the dynamic relationship between these two variables is remarkably linear and can be resolved in terms of two parallel, first-order, subsystems; a model which complements the results of Cowan (1977) for cotton. The model is also compared with the recently published simulation model of Haefner, Buckley & Mott (1997).

AB - Single leaves of 3-month-old Cedrella odorata seedlings were exposed to a step reduction in the ambient dew point. The resultant time series of dynamic variations in leaf surface water vapour concentration, leaf surface water vapour concentration gradient, transpiration rate and stomatal conductance to water vapour, are analysed using the data-based mechanistic (DBM) modelling methodology of Young (e.g. Young & Lees 1992; Minchin et al. 1996). It is shown that the identified second-order, dynamic model between transpiration rate (as the input) and stomatal conductance (as the output) provides an appropriate, physiologically meaningful, description of the system. In particular, the dynamic relationship between these two variables is remarkably linear and can be resolved in terms of two parallel, first-order, subsystems; a model which complements the results of Cowan (1977) for cotton. The model is also compared with the recently published simulation model of Haefner, Buckley & Mott (1997).

KW - data-based mechanistic

KW - stomatal conductance

KW - transfer function

KW - transpiration rate

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DO - 10.1046/j.1365-3040.1999.00446.x

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EP - 924

JO - Plant, Cell and Environment

JF - Plant, Cell and Environment

SN - 0140-7791

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