Stomatal sensitivity of six temperate , deciduous tree species to non-hydraulic root-to-shoot signalling of partial soil drying

  title={Stomatal sensitivity of six temperate , deciduous tree species to non-hydraulic root-to-shoot signalling of partial soil drying},
  author={Jennifer L. Croker and Willard T. Witte and Robert M. Aug{\'e}},
characteristics defining relative species drought tolerance. The objectives of this study were to (1) characterize stomatal response of six deciduous tree species to 


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