Water relations and hydraulic characteristics of three woody species co-occurring in the same habitat

@inproceedings{Andra2003WaterRA,
  title={Water relations and hydraulic characteristics of three woody species co-occurring in the same habitat},
  author={Andr{\'e}a and NARDINIa and Sebastiano and SALLEOa and Patrizia and TRIFIL{\`O}a and Maria Assunta and LO GULLOb},
  year={2003}
}
  • Andréa, NARDINIa, +5 authors LO GULLOb
  • Published 2003
Three woody species typically encroaching the Karstic region of Trieste (Northeastern Italy) i.e. Cotinus coggygria L., Prunus mahaleb L. and Fraxinus ornus L., have been measured for diurnal and seasonal time courses of leaf conductance to water vapour, transpiration and water potential ( L), as well as whole-plant, shoot and root hydraulic resistance (Rplant, Rshoot and Rroot, respectively) in view of investigating the impact of plant hydraulics on water stress resistance. F. ornus suffered… CONTINUE READING
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