Temperature interactions with transpiration response to vapor pressure deficit among cultivated and wild soybean genotypes.

@article{Seversike2013TemperatureIW,
  title={Temperature interactions with transpiration response to vapor pressure deficit among cultivated and wild soybean genotypes.},
  author={Thomas M. Seversike and Shannon M. Sermons and Thomas R Sinclair and Thomas E. Carter and Thomas W. Rufty},
  journal={Physiologia plantarum},
  year={2013},
  volume={148 1},
  pages={62-73}
}
A key strategy in soybean drought research is increased stomatal sensitivity to high vapor pressure deficit (VPD), which contributes to the 'slow wilting' trait observed in the field. These experiments examined whether temperature of the growth environment affected the ability of plants to respond to VPD, and thus control transpiration rate (TR). Two soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] and four wild soybean [Glycine soja (Sieb. and Zucc.)] genotypes were studied. The TR was measured over a range… CONTINUE READING
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