Alternation of wet and dry sides during partial rootzone drying irrigation alters root-to-shoot signalling of abscisic acid.

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Year Published: 2006
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Author: Dodd, I.C. ; Davies, W.J. ; Bacon, M.A. ; Theobald, J.C.
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Pages: 1081 - 1089
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Volume: 33
Number: 12
Journal: Functional plant biology : FPB
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ISSN: 14454408
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irrigation water, stomatal conductance, xylem, photoperiod,transpiration, leaf water potential, soil water content, abscisic acid,deficit irrigation, tomatoes, Lycopersicon esculentum, plant-waterrelations, signal transduction, shoots, roots

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