Estimation of the hydraulic conductivities of lupine roots by inverse modelling of high-resolution measurements of root water uptake.

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Radial and axial hydraulic conductivities are key parameters for proper understanding and modelling of root water uptake. Despite their importance, there is limited experimental information on how the radial and axial hydraulic conductivities vary along roots growing in soil. Here, a new approach was introduced to estimate inversely the… (More)

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