Water vapour uptake from the atmosphere and critical equilibrium humidity of a feather mite

@article{Gaede2005WaterVU,
  title={Water vapour uptake from the atmosphere and critical equilibrium humidity of a feather mite},
  author={K. Gaede and W. Kn{\"u}lle},
  journal={Experimental & Applied Acarology},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={45-52}
}
  • K. Gaede, W. Knülle
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experimental & Applied Acarology
  • The feather miteProctophyllodes troncatus Robin takes up water vapour from subsaturated atmospheres down to relative humidities between 55% and 60%. Vapour uptake increases with rising humidity of the surrounding air and the time to attain maximum water gain decreases. 
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