Canopy architecture and cuvette flow patterns influence whole-canopy net CO2 exchange and temperature in sweet cherry

@inproceedings{Whiting2001CanopyAA,
  title={Canopy architecture and cuvette flow patterns influence whole-canopy net CO2 exchange and temperature in sweet cherry},
  author={Matthew D. Whiting and Gregory A. Lang},
  year={2001}
}
To initiate photosynthetic studies of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) canopy architectures and cropping management under high light and temperature conditions (Yakima Valley, Wash.), we developed a whole-canopy research cuvette system with a variable airflow plenum that allowed different patterns of air delivery (in concentric circles around the trunk) into the cuvette. Air and leaf temperatures (T air and T leaf , respectively) were determined at four horizontal planes and four directional… CONTINUE READING

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