High-throughput phenotyping technologies allow accurate selection of stay-green

@inproceedings{Rebetzke2016HighthroughputPT,
  title={High-throughput phenotyping technologies allow accurate selection of stay-green},
  author={Greg J. Rebetzke and Jose A. Jim{\'e}nez-Berni and William D. Bovill and D. Deery and Richard A. James},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2016}
}
changes during shrinkage, aquaporin activity and/or changes in the vapor phase transport. The application of models calibrated with anatomy will be an essential approach to determining the drivers of K ox decline. Finally, speculation that K ox decline may protect the xylem in the leaf and throughout the rest of the plant from tensions that induce embolism needs to be validated using models and measurements of whole-plant transport. If K ox decline turns out to be the major driver of K leaf… CONTINUE READING
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