Soil Water Stress and Photosynthesis in Cotton

@inproceedings{Parsons1979SoilWS,
  title={Soil Water Stress and Photosynthesis in Cotton},
  author={John E. Parsons and C. J. Phene and Daniel N. Baker and John R. Lambert and J. M. Mckinion},
  year={1979}
}
An experiment was conducted in SPAR systems at Florence, S.C., to obtain a data set for use in the simulation of the effect of drying soil on photosynthetic rates in cotton. The plant water status was monitored using leaf water potential and stem diameter meaurements. Reductions were noted in apparent photosynthesis rates after only 5 days of soil drying, and as anticipated, there was uniform displacement of the diurnal cycle of leaf water potential, and corresponding decreases in transpiration… CONTINUE READING